Taylor Swift’s Boyfriend Joe Alwyn Gave a Subtle, Sneaky Look Into Their Life Together

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Taylor Swift and Joe Alwyn keep their relationship very private, but occasionally share a peek into their home life. On Friday, November 25, Alwyn shared a shot of what appears to be his ankle and a black and white cat snuggling up to his Instagram Stories. The cat is reportedly owned by Taylor Swift and his name is Benjamin.
The rest of his stories are from different times and scenes, particularly on set, so it's unclear if the photo was taken that Thanksgiving weekend or just a throwback to another cozy time. The couple have been together since 2016 and have left minimal evidence of their relationship on the internet or in the form of paparazzi photos. Swift is known for her songs about past relationships, but she only hints at her and Alwyn's connection. Using the pseudonym William Bowery, he co-wrote a number of songs with her on recent albums, Folkmore and Evermore, which they worked on together during the pandemic lockdown.
But Swift was outspoken that her new song on Midnights, titled "Lavender Haze," is about Alwyn and the public scrutinizing their romantic faces.
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"I happened upon the phrase 'Lavender Haze' while looking at Mad Men and I searched for it because I thought it sounded cool," she said. "Turns out it was a common term used in the '50s where they would just describe being in love. For example, if you were in the Lavender Haze, it meant you were in this all-encompassing love glow, and I thought that was really beautiful.”
Swift continued, "I think theoretically, if you're in the lavender haze, you're going to do whatever it takes to stay there and not let people pull you down from that cloud. I think a lot of people are having to deal with this now, not just "public figures" because we live in the age of social media. When the world finds out you're in love with someone, they'll go for it."
"We've had to dodge weird rumors and tabloid stuff, and we just ignore it," she concluded. "This song is about ignoring this stuff to protect the real stuff."
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Taylor Swift
American singer-songwriter
Joe Alwyn
English actor

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