Hollywood celebrity Taylor Swift is worldwide known for her songs however little does anybody know about her personal life that she prefers keeping private especially when it comes to her relationships. The Popstar is making headlines not because of her professional career but because of her personal life. ‘Blank Space’ singer is reportedly engaged to actor Joe Alwyn who had a longtime relationship with the actor.
The famously discreet couple reportedly got into a relationship, months after Swift’s breakup from Loki series actor Tom Hiddleston, in September 2016 and went public with their relationship for the first time in 2017. She started opening up further about her ongoing romance in her 2019 album Lover where she mentioned Alwyn in many songs.
“Sworn To Secrecy”– Taylor Swift and Joe Alwyn Engaged
According to the reports, The 32-year-old singer is reportedly engaged to actor Joe Alwyn having their relationship going on for six years now, keeping it private. The rumors regarding the couple’s engagement swirled in February this year, where a source told ET that they “are very happy in their relationship,” and prefer to “keep their private life private.”
A source who is close to Joe Alwyn shared that the discreet couple has planned to marry in 18 months. He shared, “Taylor and Joe are incredibly happy, and very, very in love, they’ve actually been engaged for a few months but have only told their inner-inner circle – basically immediate family, and trusted, very old friends.
He also revealed that the singer wears a ‘beautiful ring’ only when she is ‘at home.’ “Everyone has been sworn to secrecy, too. Taylor has a beautiful ring but she only wears it when she’s at home – i.e behind closed doors.”
What Is The Net Worth of Taylor Swift’s Boyfriend, Joe Alwyn?
According to Celebrity Net Worth, actor Joe Alwyn has an estimated net worth of $4 million, he got his first leading role in the TV adaptation of Sally Rooney’s Conversations with Friends alongside Alison Oliver.
In a May interview with GQ this year, he shared his experience writing songs with his lover, and that too was kept tight wraps. He shared, “The idea was that people would just listen to the music rather than focus on the fact that we wrote it together… It was fun to do it together, and I was proud of it.”
For the unversed, he co-produced songs like “Exile”, “My Tears Ricochet”, “August”, and “Betty”, from the singer’s eighth studio album, Folklore.