Taylor Swift, Tom Hiddleston introduce each other to parents
Looks like “New Romantics” singer Taylor Swift and “The Night Manager” hunk Tom Hiddleston are getting cozier and more serious than ever with each other. Now they have introduced each other to their parents.
After their steamy snaps during a stroll on Rhode Island in the US surfaced on social media sites last week, Swift, 26, and Hiddleston, 35, showed no signs of “slowing down” as they were spotted partying and romancing at Selena Gomez’s concert in of Nashville, Tennessee, earlier this week.
Swift introduced Hiddleston to her parents Andrea and Scott in their hometown on Thursday, according to entertainment news sites E! Online and People magazine. Even Holly Williams, Swift’s close buddy, met Hiddleston in a dinner at Epice restaurant in Nashville.
After the meet-up, Hiddleston took Swift on a private jet plane to the British county of Suffolk to meet Hiddleston’s mother, Diana, on Friday.
The sweet couple was also snapped walking arm in arm in the town of Ipswich, about 30 miles from Suffolk in England. Currently, the hot couple is on a memorable escapade in Rome, Italy.
A spy gossiped to E! News, “She is having a blast traveling with him.”
“He is very romantic and attentive towards her. He is extremely charming. He also makes sure she feels safe wherever they go together. She is on cloud nine and really enjoying this quality time they are spending. She texted her close friends and said, ‘I think I am in love and I never felt this way before!'”
Another eye-witness told US Weekly that “Taylor is so happy” and ” is living a British rom-com dream.” Gianna Francesca Catolico
Taylor and Tom in Suffolk today (6/26/16). #tomhiddleston #taylorswift #taytom #swiddleston #hiddleswift #loki A photo posted by taylor and tom updates. (@taylrswift) on Jun 26, 2016 at 2:16pm PDT
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