Taylor Swift and her boyfriend Joe Alwyn are enjoying a romantic getaway to the Bahamas. The loved-up couple, who have been going strong for nearly six years, shared a rare PDA as they exchanged passionate kisses during a swim in the sea. Taylor looked gorgeous in a chic black bikini as the couple spent their day swimming and sunbathing.
The couple, who first started dating in 2016 after meeting at that year’s MET Gala, looked more in love than ever as Taylor wrapped her arms around the actor. Swift and Alwyn stayed locked together exchanging kisses before the singer headed back to shore. The singer and Conversations With Friends actor Joe have chosen a stunning setting for their break, parking their luxury Airstream, which is reportedly on loan from Lenny Kravitz, up near the shore.
Taylor is close friends with fellow singer Lenny’s daughter Zoe. It’s been a busy few months for both Taylor and Joe. The pair have reunited for their break after Joe spent time at the Cannes Film Festival to promote his latest project Stars at Noon, a romantic thriller from famed French director Claire Denis. Taylor meanwhile debuted All Too Well: The Short Film at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York City this month.
Taylor and Joe have been splitting their time between the U.S. and London in recent years. The couple have continued to keep their relationship very private but faced both engagement and marriage rumours over the course of the past year. In September 2018 the Mary Queen of Scots actor first spoke about their decision to keep the relationship private in conversation with British Vogue.
The actor said, “I’m aware people want to know about that side of things. I think we have been successfully very private and that has now sunk in for people… but I really prefer to talk about work.” And months later he continued to defend to Esquire why they’ve chosen not to go more public with their relationship. “I didn’t seek out advice on that,” he said when asked about whether or not he had received advice about navigating a high-profile relationship.