The British hunk, 36, was fielding questions about his new film Kong: Skull Island when reporter John Hiscock asked if the actor regretted "the publicity and gossip the romance engendered". "I would rather not talk about this if that's all right".
Keen to not give too much away he replied: "I make a clear distinction between my work, which I absolutely dedicate myself to, which is for the public. There is no... You can't call yourself an actor without the audience, and my private life is private".
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In that interview, Hiddleston spoke at length about the relationship and his feelings about it since their breakup - and hoped that would be the end of it. He added that Swift was "incredible" and that "of course" the relationship was real.
Despite the media frenzy surrounding him and Swift he is adamant that he has no regrets "because you have to fight for love".
"Taylor is always the person that I go to for boy advice".
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The Republicans' clipped timeline is part of a GOP effort to swiftly deliver on its promise to repeal and replace Obamacare. The CBO has always been held in high respect for both the quality of its analysis and the independence of its conclusions.
He told American GQ: "Taylor is an unbelievable woman".
During a recent interview with The Telegraph, the actor got visibly annoyed when the interviewer brought up T.Swizzle and those few months in 2016 when Tom and the singer were romantically linked.
The Golden Globe winner's appearance at Sheeran's concert comes amid him promoting his new movie, Kong: Skull Island, and ultimately dodging questions about his three-month relationship with Swift.
Office of Government Ethics? What for?
The Office of Government Ethics has informed the Trump administration that the White House has an "incorrect" view of ethics laws. Jim DeMint, now president of the Heritage Foundation, walk away from the West Wing of the White House on Wednesday.