Conor Kennedy Looks Just Like JFK Jr.

08/03/2012 at 11:20 AM EDT

Taylor Swift's Boyfriend Conor Kennedy Looks Like John F. Kennedy Jr.
Conor Kennedy (left) and John F. Kennedy Jr.
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Taylor Swift and Conor Kennedy's new romance is making headlines, but the Kennedy family's dashing good looks are old news.

In fact, Conor, 18, bears a striking resemblance to a young John F. Kennedy Jr., seen here at the age of 19. With messy dark hair and a furrowed brow, their likeness is unmistakeable.

In this snapshot, John Jr. – the son of Jacqueline and John F. Kennedy – is seen in 1980 enjoying Labor Day weekend on Cape Cod, at the Kennedy family's six-acre waterfront property in Hyannis Port, Mass. (JFK. Jr. died in a tragic 1999 plane crash, when he was 38.)





He also seems to be the spitting image of John F. Kennedy himself during a recent sailing outing with Swift, who makes an nice Jackie Kennedy. Notice the resemblance between them now and John and Jackie from a July 1953 Life magazine cover?

As for Swift and Conor's relationship, the 22-year-old singer couldn't be happier, according to a source.

"They have been dating for a bit," the source tells PEOPLE. "She is swept off her feet."

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Taylor Swift and Conor Kennedy (left); John and Jackie Kennedy on a 1953 Life magazine cover

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