Swift is reportedly ready to settle down with a British friend, Joe Alwyn.
Taylor Swift may be ready to settle down with her British friend, Joe Alwyn.
According to a source, who spoke with Us Weekly, Swift’s relationship with Alywn has serious consequences. “Taylor really believes Joe is the one for her,” said the source in the new issue of the magazine. “She wants to get engaged with him. They just don’t feel like they have to impress anyone at this point.”
Swift, who is known for her highly-publicized romances, has revealed that her relationship with Alwyn is much different than that of the past, because the star has worked hard to keep their romance private.
“This is the first time that she loved the man’s own,” the source explained. “She really likes Joe. She wants to keep her personal life separate from her work life.” The insider then added that Alywn is “happy to be out of the spotlight.”
The “Bad Blood” singer is notorious for dating A-list Hollywood men from Jake Gyllenhaal to John Mayer.
One of Swift’s longest relationships and most controversial breakups was with Scottish DJ Calvin Harris. The couple began dating in the spring of 2015, and their relationship was well documented on social media. But their whimiscal romance which featured beach get-aways and romantic trinkets, like the gold medallion Harris gave Swift on their one year anniversary, ended after 15 months.
Immediately after their split, Swift made headlines for her spontaneous affair with the British actor Tom Hiddleston. But their romance featured Hiddleston is a lot of publicity, “I love T. Swift’s” T-shirt, was of short duration, only the duration of at least three months.
Alwyn is the singer’s first serious relationship since breaking up with Hiddleston in 2016, and although it’s still unclear when the Swift and the actor officially started dating, it was reported that two crossed paths for the first time, while at the 2016 Gala at Swift was dating Harris.
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