Though Taylor Swift, 22, and Conor Kennedy, 18, reportedly ended their relationship in October, it looks like the singer hasn't seen the last of the Kennedy family yet. Swift was awarded with the Ripple of Hope Award from the RFK Center for Justice & Human Rights at a gala Monday night in New York City, by none other than Conor's dad Robert F. Kennedy Jr.
The Ripple of Hope Awards goes to leaders in activism, business and entertainment who demonstrate a commitment to social change, and it was known that Taylor would be receiving the award before she parted ways with Conor. While Conor did not attend the gala, his sisters Kerry and Rory Kennedy (alongside Alec Baldwin) gamely posed with Taylor holding her award.
One person who did attend last night's festivities to show Taylor some moral support?
Her Glee pal Dianna Agron.
"When you hear just the dedication she's had to her fans and how much work she's done, for a person that's so young, that kind of awareness doesn't always come early," she tells ET. "And this is just such a wonderful organization and we've just been so lucky to kind of be embraced by the family."
Taylor has reportedly already moved on from her summer romance with a Kennedy -- some are speculating that she is currently dating One Direction's Harry Styles, also 18, after the two were spotted spending time
together in Central Park last Sunday.