Taylor Swift joined her boyfriend and members of his Kennedy clan on a somber weekend journey to his mother’s Cape Cod grave, reports NYDN.
In Crocs sandals and beach shorts, Conor Kennedy, 18, led the 22-year-old “You Belong to Me” singer to Mary Richardson Kennedy’s still-unmarked resting place Sunday in St. Francis Xavier Cemetery in Hyannis.
Up to 15 other members of the mournful party — including Conor’s sister, Kyra, and their younger brothers, William and Aiden — accompanied the affectionate lovebirds for an impromptu memorial service at the wind-swept cemetery.
In a series of photos obtained exclusively by the Daily News, the graveyard visit seemed to stir a mix of emotions in the young couple.
Wearing Ray-Ban sunglasses, slipon leather loafers and a pleated, short-sleeved dress bursting with a pattern of spring flowers, Swift held Conor’s hand and caressed him as they honored his mom.
At one point, the singer and the grieving group appeared to bow their heads in prayer.
Mary Richardson Kennedy’s grave site at the St. Francis Xavier Cemetery.
One older, unidentified man in the group brought along a pair of pruning shears to tidy up the gravesite watched over by a trio of statues, including the Virgin Mary, standing between two miniature American flags.
As Swift looked off at other distant graves of famous Kennedys, her boyfriend of two months — sporting a T-shirt reading “Chi-Town Showdown Champs” — squatted to help clear overgrown grass from the grave.