Taylor Swift paid a visit to her boyfriend, Joe Alwyn, on the set of his new film after her highly anticipated Red (Taylor’s Version).
Taylor Swift has been spending time with her boyfriend.
Following the release of Red (Taylor’s Version) on Nov. 12, the 31-year-old singer took a vacation to spend time with actor Joe Alwyn at his workplace, according to a news source. “Taylor paid a visit to her lover on the set of his film,” the sources said.
According to his IMDb page, Joe, 30, is currently filming The Stars at Noon, a cinematic adaptation of Denis Johnson’s novel.
Margaret Qualley, his co-star, recently revealed that the cast was filming in South America by posting photos of what appeared to be tropical birds. The star of The Maid remarked on Instagram, “For my father, it’s a matter of ‘bird pride.’ Then there was this tiny guy, who was also adorable. Panama. At Noon, the Stars.”
Claire Denis, the film’s director, also suggested that she was in Panama, sharing a snap of the country’s flag stretched across a city sidewalk.
Taylor and Joe have started dating in 2016, although rumours of their relationship didn’t surface until the following year. The couple has kept their love out of the spotlight since then. Joe was recognized as a co-writer for several of Taylor’s songs under a pseudonym even when the two cooperated on her folklore and evermore albums.
Taylor gave fans a rare insight into her life with Joe in an interview with Paul McCartney for Rolling Stone last year, explaining why the couple has adopted a more cautious approach to releasing details about their relationship.
“I know you have done a great job of carving out a human life within a civic life, and how scary that can be when you do fall in love and meet someone, particularly if you’ve met someone who has a much grounded, normal mode of living,” Taylor said Paul, explaining that her song “Peace” is “truly more rooted in my personal life.”
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