Taylor Swift
Taylor Swift is planning to take a break after her 1989 tour ends in DecemberMario Anzuoni/Reuters

American singer/songwriter Taylor Swift and Scottish singer/DJ Calvin Harris are apparently having trouble with their long-distance relationship. The Bad Blood singer is not able to spend quality time with the 31-year-old music producer.

"Taylor absolutely loves performing and she's having a fantastic time on her tour but it's exhausting, it's hard," a source told Hollywood Life. "And it's even harder because she's had to spend a lot of time away from Calvin, long distance is never easy."

"She's looking forward to be able to give him more of her time," the insider added. "He's not the only reason she wants a break but he's a factor, she wants to have more time with him."

It was previously reported that Rita Ora's former boyfriend is considering approaching the Red hitmaker's father to seek approval for their marriage. Responding to the reports, Swift tweeted: "What the press says I'm doing: Buying a Bev Hills mansion, getting married in an English castle. What I'm doing: Playing a show in St. Louis."

During an interview with NME magazine, the 25-year-old singer revealed she will take a break from music after the 1989 tour wraps up in December. Swift said: "I think I should take some time off. I think people might need a break from me. I'm going to... I don't know. Hang out with my friends. Write new music. Maybe not write new music. I don't know."

Continuing on, Swift said she feels the world is too interested in her personal life. She told the publication: "I'm in the news every single day for multiple different reasons. And it can feel, at times, if you let your anxiety get the better of you, like everybody's waiting for you to really mess up – and then you'll be done."

"A lot of the time I need to call my mom and talk for a really long time, just to remind myself of all the things that are great and all the things that matter. If you do something that defines your character to be not what the public thought you were, that's the biggest risk," Swift added.