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Harry Styles celebrated birthday with Kendall Jenner

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Harry Styles visited Kendall Jenner's family to celebrate his 20th birthday.

The 'Story of My Life' hitmaker decided to see his new girlfriend at her father Bruce's £5 million clifftop mansion yesterday (02.01.14) so they could spend some "quality time together".

A source told the Sunday People newspaper: "Kendall was really keen to make Harry's birthday a memorable one.

"Her dad Bruce owns an incredible clifftop holiday home in California which has amazing views.

"The secluded house is perfect for them to spend some quality time together. It's also ideal for a party with Kendall's sisters."

The One Direction singer - who is expected to celebrate his birthday again in London later this month - is dating Kendall after a string of other high-profile celebrity flings, but his cousin has claimed he's not a womanizer.

Ben Selley insists Harry has actually had so many romances because he is always "getting dumped", although he refused to confirm whether his ex-girlfriend Taylor Swift was the one who called time on their relationship.

Speaking to The Sun on Sunday newspaper, he said: "IT's Harry who is getting dumped. Harry is not a horrible guy in romance. He's not a dumper, he's a dumpee!

"He's got the biggest heart so the guy wouldn't have the guts to dump a girl, he's too nice. Did Taylor Swift dump him? I'm not saying."

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