Taylor Swift is reportedly engaged to boyfriend Joe Alwyn, according to The Sun.
The outlet claims that the actor asked the question months ago, but the two have “only” told their inner circle.
“Actually immediate family and trusted, very old friends,” the source said. “Everyone is also bound to secrecy.”
The informant further claimed that Swift only wears her “beautiful ring” in private.
“Again, only a handful of people know details about the wedding and Taylor hasn’t even told some of her team about the engagement,” the source continued.
“They want their love to stay away from the cameras as much as possible. This is just for them. And if and when they exchange vows, there certainly won’t be Vogue, Rolling Stone, or Hello! magazines there. It will be simple and elegant, like her.”
Vidak For Congress has reached out to representatives of Swift and Alwyn for comment.
In April, Alwyn addressed rumors that he had secretly proposed to Swift in an interview with WSJ. magazine.
“If I got a pound for every time I think I’ve been told I’m engaged, I’d have a lot of pounds,” he said at the time.
“I mean, the truth is, if the answer was yes, I wouldn’t say it, and if the answer was no, I wouldn’t say it.”
While Swift, 32, and Alwyn, 31, have remained notoriously private as a couple since they were first linked in 2017, this certainly isn’t the first time there have been reports of an engagement.
In January 2020, Swift herself added fuel to the rumor mill with what appeared to be a large diamond ring on her left ring finger in her Netflix documentary, “Miss Americana.”
“I’m aware that people want to know that side of things,” Alwyn told Vogue in 2018. “I think we’ve been very private successfully and that has now dawned on people… but I prefer to talk about work.”
Swift then brought in Alwyn, however hair Work: He helped write two songs on her 2020 album “Folklore” – “Exile” and “Betty” – under the pseudonym William Bowery, and also contributed to the songs “Evermore” and “Champagne Problems” on “Folklore’s” sister album ‘Evermeer’.
In her acceptance speech at the 2021 Grammy Awards, Swift thanked Alwyn, saying, “Joe, who is the first person that I play each single song that I write,” before continuing, “And I had the best time playing songs with you. writing in quarantine.”
In November 2020, Swift told none other an authority on the pressures of maintaining a life in the public eye than Paul McCartney that “in the relationship I’m in now, I’ve definitely made decisions that made my life more like a real-life and less like a storyline to be commented on in tabloid magazines.”
Earlier in the interview, she said, “I can’t control if there’s a fake weird headline about us in the news tomorrow.”