Taylor Swift and Joe Alwyn have Broken Up after 6 Years of Dating

Seema Rai
Seema Rai

Taylor Swift and Joe Alwyn decided to call it split after six years of dating. A source close to the “Anti-Hero” singer is currently asserting that there were a few causes that contributed to the separation, many of which stem from “differences in their personalities.” Even though there has undoubtedly been a lot of baseless fan speculation about what could’ve caused the split.

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Friends anticipated that Taylor and Joe Alwyn would take some time apart but eventually get back together. Which gave the impression that the separation was somewhat unexpected. Though many Swifties thought they would last after their initial connection in May 2017.

How did their story start: Taylor Swift and Joe Alwyn

Swift and Alwyn began dating in 2016, and her 2017 song “Gorgeous” is said to be about their relationship. Alwyn has been listed as a contributor on various of Swift’s albums throughout the years. Even a Grammy was awarded for his work on the album, which was found under the alias William Bowery.

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The connection appeared to be going strong as late as last year. The couple was said to have been engaged for a while in July 2022. Later, when Midnights was released in October. Swift told ET that the song “Lavender Haze” was written for Alwyn.

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Several sources confirmed that they had been “talking about marriage as recently as a few months ago.” When they announced their separation, which comes after a year of almost constant engagement rumors.

However, the principal source for People claimed that Swift eventually concluded that she couldn’t see them working out in the long run. They continued, however, by stating that the split was not dramatic. The two are still ‘friendly,’ and Swift doesn’t have anything bad to say about Joe. The insider claimed that “they just grew apart,” but later clarified that “there is a lot of respect still between them.”

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