The rumors have been spread that Taylor Swift is engaged to her boyfriend, Joe Alwyn. The news source says that the actor popped the question months ago, but the couple has “only told” their closest friends and family.
“Mostly close family and very old, trusted friends,” the source said. “Everyone has taken an oath not to tell.” The source also said that Swift only wears her “beautiful ring” when no one is watching.
“Again, only a few people know details about the wedding, and Taylor hasn’t even told some of her team about the engagement,” the source said.
“They want their relationship to be as private as possible. This is for them only. And if and when they do get married, Vogue, Rolling Stone, and Hello! Magazines will not be there.
Like them, it will be simple and classy.” In an interview with WSJ. Magazine in April, Alwyn talked about rumors that he had secretly proposed to Swift.
He said at the time, “If I had a pound for every time I thought I was told I was engaged, I’d have a lot of pound coins.”
“Well, if the answer was yes, I wouldn’t say, and if it was no, I wouldn’t say either.” Back in February, Life & Style was the first news source to say that Taylor Swift and Alwyn were engaged.
Since they were first linked in 2017, Swift, 32, and Alwyn, 31, have been very private about their relationship. This isn’t the first time there have been rumors of an engagement, though.
In her Netflix documentary “Miss Americana,” released in January 2020, Swift wore what looked like a big diamond ring on her left ring finger, which added to the rumors.
Alwyn told Vogue in 2018: “I know people want to know about that side of things.” “I think we’ve done a good job of keeping things private, and I think people understand that now… but I’d rather talk about work.”
Swift later brought Alwyn into her work. He co-wrote “Exile” and “Betty” on her 2020 album “Folklore” under the name “William Bowery.”
He also helped write “evermore” and “Champagne Problems” on “Evermore,” which is a sister album to “Folklore.” Swift thanked Alwyn during her acceptance speech at the 2021 Grammy Awards.
She said, “Joe, you’re the first person I play every song I write for,” and added, “I had the best time writing songs with you in quarantine.”
In November 2020, Swift told Paul McCartney, who knows a lot about the pressures of living in the public eye, “Being in the relationship I am in now, I have definitely made decisions that have made my life feel more like a real life and less like a storyline for tabloids to talk about.”
Earlier in the interview, she said, “I can’t control if there will be a fake weird headline about us in the news tomorrow.”