As for us, we plan to wait for Swift's inevitable Grammy-winning album about this maybe-blossoming relationship to make up our minds about Alwyn.
On May 17, the Daily Mail revealed Swift was allegedly introduced to her "charismatic" new man by A-list actress Emma Stone, who has been a friend of Swift's for the past several years.
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Emma who is working with Joe in The Favourite, played matchmaker.
It was also emphasized that what Swift and Alwyn have now is not some sort of a secret relationship because those closest to them know that they have already been together for months.
The 27-year-old singer-songwriter has been renting a property in London while she's been spending time with her new boyfriend, and Taylor has gone to impressive lengths to keep their romance quiet. She uses her private jet and lands in remote airports.
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A source told The Sun: "Taylor and Joe are the real deal, this is a very serious relationship. I don't even know if that's possible with the life I have". They've kept their relationship under wraps, as she's worn scarves and hats to hide her face in the early days of their relationship. A rep for Taylor Swift did not reply to request for comment. The pair reportedly met in September, around the same time she broke up with Tom Hiddleston.
The insider said that Taylor Swift learned to be "more protective of her personal life" after all the attention she received following her 1989 tour.
The "Bad Blood" hitmaker is said to be besotted with the rising star, who still lives at home with his parents, and has reportedly taken to wearing a wig in order to keep their burgeoning romance a secret..
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