Joe Alwyn, an actor and supermodel, is Taylor Swift’s present lover and probable inspiration. The couple have already been engaged since at least the autumn of 2016, sometime after Swift’s former boyfriend, Tom Hiddleston, broke up with her, although the exact time remains unknown. Swift and Alwyn recently attended the 2020 Golden Globes together.
Alwyn, like Swift, is in complete control of his public image. In the previous year, he’s provided a few interview sessions (mostly about his positions in “The Favourite,” “Mary Queen of Scots,” and “Boy Erased”), but he’s been careful to keep details regarding his relationship private. In “Harriet,” a latest documentary about antislavery Harriet Tubman, the British actor co-stars with Cynthia Erivo.
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Before appearing in Ang Lee’s 2016 obey to “Life of Pi,” Alwyn worked in London’s theatrical scene for a few years. It was expected being an Oscar candidate as a war parody, but that all altered when reviewers saw it.
Despite this, Alwyn’s acting was lauded. He went on to star in the 2017 film “The Feeling of a Conclusion,” which received positive reviews.
Alwyn had barely 3,000 Twitter followers before the news of his relationship with Taylor Swift leaked, and he used them only to advertise “Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk.” Despite having over 200,000 followers, he isn’t using Instagram very much. He lived at home with parents till 2018.
To safeguard their anonymity, Swift would go on meetings with him until wearing a wig. Alwyn’s father worked as a documentarian in “conflict zones,” as Alwyn put it. His mother works as a psychotherapist. Both of them were instrumental in introducing him to the worlds of film and theatre.
Owing to the unique told People, “I’ve constantly grown without [my father] teaching me movies but I’ve always liked going to the movies.” “And because my mother used to take me to the theater all the time, I’d always wants to be part of that scene in some manner but won’t realize how or where to start.”
Alwyn experimented with theater in high school and went on to study acting in college. After that, he studied acting at the Royal Central School of Speech and Music for 3 years. Taylor Swift’s admirers have been analyzing her love songs for as long because she’s been writing them, trying to figure out where the real-life guys they could be about.
Because Taylor is now seeing Alwyn, her admirers have been poring into the lyrics of her recent album, “Reputation,” to see whether they’re concerning him.
There are some hints in “Gorgeous” (from her “Reputation” album) that the track may be concerning her adoration for his appearance, but the specifics don’t quite match reality. It’s also probable that “Call It What You Want” is about their romance, although the specific connotations are yet unknown.
Swift’s “Lover” album, published in August 2019, has more direct references to the British actor. The vocalist sings on the title tune, “I’ve loved you for three summers now, honey, but I want ’em all,” saying she’s “enjoy you for three summers now, honey, but I want ’em all.”
In the song “Paper Rings,” she also discusses marriage, and in “London Boy,” she describes the sites they went in England.