Rumours circulated over the week that Taylor Swift has reignited the flames of romance with One Direction's Harry Styles. Due to the fact that Swift was searching for a house in London, reports claimed Swift was taking another shot at love with Styles. However, new report has it Swift has her eye and heart out for another British hunk who is none other than Douglas Booth of "Romeo & Juliet."

Looks like Taylor Swift is living the story of her hit song, "Love Story" where she plays Juliet. So who is the lucky Romeo? For those stating it is Harry Styles of One Direction, well, better guess again. Taylor Swift's latest eye candy is none other than the British Burberry model, Douglas Booth.

For those who don't know who Booth is, Douglas starred opposite Miley Cyrus in the film "LOL." Booth also starred in the film "Great Expectations" as Pip while his latest film is that of "Romeo & Juliet" where he plays Romeo.

In reel life, Douglas' Juliet is none other than Hailee Steinfeld but in real life Douglas' Juliet is apparently Taylor Swift. Both stars were seen in Hampstead, London where an eyewitness claimed to see them enjoying each other's company.

"They hired out a section of the pub out of sight, tucked away around the corner. A member of staff was sitting outside stopping customers from going near them," said the onlooker to the Daily Telegraph.

"When they did come out they were laughing and joking. They seemed like they were getting on brilliantly - they seemed very close. They even went to the toilet together, so neither was alone at any time - separate toilets however. They were in the pub a few hours," continued the source.

Looks like the rumours of Harry Styles secretly dating Taylor Swift have been proven false. As for Taylor, the country crooner has her BFF, Hailee Steinfeld to thank for having met Douglas Booth. The pair allegedly met during the British premiere of "Romeo & Juliet."

Yet, Swift's representatives claim nothing romantic is going on between Booth and Swift. If anything the two are "just friends."