Taylor Swift Celebrates Boyfriend Joe Alwyn’s Birthday With Other Stars
It seems that Taylor Swift knew exactly what her boyfriend Joe Alwyn wanted for his birthday. Heading out to London, other celebrities joined the couple who likes to keep things private. The small gathering was not really shown on social media, but obviously, if celebrities are gathering at a single place, paparazzi is soon to catch up.
Taylor Swift and Joe Alwyn’s Birthday Celebration
In honour of Joe Alwyn’s 29th birthday, he and Swift met in London for dinner. The Harriet actor and she visited a luxurious hotel in London Bob Bob Ricard were Ed Sheeran, Cherry Seaborn and other friends joined them for a table of six. According to eyewitnesses, they enjoyed most of the night there. They were having fun drinking champagne by pushing a button that said “Press for Champagne”. The witness also told that the couple and the guests enjoyed the night by drawing at the table and playing a game.
Apparently, Taylor Swift planned out something with Oxford English Dictionary and A Month in Country as her personal bodyguard was carrying these books. Swift’s boyfriend and she have mainly tried to keep their relationship out of the spotlight, and it seems to be working out for them. In fact, the You Need To Calm Down singer only included a small portion about her love life with Joe Alwyn in her Netflix documentary Miss Americana.
It was there when Taylor Swift told the viewers about how Alwyn and he decided that it was better to keep things personal. We could barely even see the complete face of the actor.
“I was also falling in love with someone who had a really wonderfully normal, balanced, grounded life.”
Swift might have found the perfect partner for herself in the shape of her boyfriend Alwyn. They both support each other and are there for each other in their highs and lows. Swift recently talked about her need to speak out over injustice towards trans and LGBT rights. While many told her to stay clear from becoming political, we are sure Alwyn gave her a different, more supportive advice.