Taylor Swift and Joe Alwyn get Engaged after Five Years

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Taylor Swift and Joe Alwyn are reportedly engaged after five years together, sources told Life & Style on Thursday.

Rumors of an engagement by Swift, 32, and the “Conversations with Friends” star, 30, began circulating last month when the couple traveled to Cornwall, in Alwyn’s native England, for what the outlet says was a three-day romantic trip.

While Swift has written many songs purportedly about Alwyn, the couple has remained silent about their relationship since it began in the second half of 2016.

Last week, while promoting her new series, in which Alwyn’s character has an open relationship, she said, “People can do whatever they want to make them happy. Obviously I’m happy in a monogamous relationship,” according to Deadline.

The “Delicate” singer also gave curious fans a glimpse behind that curtain early last year when one of her two 2020 albums, “Folklore,” won the Grammy for album of the year.

“Joe, who is the first person I play every song I write, and I had a great time writing songs with you in quarantine,” Swift said in her acceptance speech.

The news that lovers would trade “Paper Rings” for real rings came hours after Jake Gyllenhaal broke his nearly decade-long silence on Swift’s beloved breakup song, “All Too Well,” and the 10-minute incarnation released in November as part of the re-release of her 2012 album. “Network.”

The two had a brief relationship in 2010, and while Swift never confirmed that Gyllenhaal inspired the song, she never denied fans’ suspicions.

Gyllenhaal, whom the internet has vilified in the wake of the new post, told Esquire that while the song “has nothing to do with me” and “is his expression” as an artist, he believes “it’s important when fans become rebellious that we feel a responsibility for them to be civilized and not allow cyberbullying on one’s behalf.

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“Can we empower ourselves and others while putting empathy and civility into the dominant conversation?” he added.

Swift’s representatives did not immediately respond to the Daily News’ request for comment

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