Taylor Swift And Tom Hiddleston Split: Hiddleswift Romance ‘Over After Three Months’

Their three-month fling is done and dusted.

07/09/2016 07:49

Hiddleswift fans, we have some bad news: it seems Taylor Swift and Tom Hiddleston have called time on their romance.

The duo got together back in June, but things haven’t worked out, according to reports, and the US superstar and British actor are believed to have gone their separate ways.

Taylor and Tom in June

Apparently the singer was getting a little tired of having the ‘Night Manager’ star as her boyfriend, and a source close to Taylor is quoted as telling The Sun that she wanted to “shake him off”. Like her song. Geddit? Moving on…

“It was fun while it lasted, but Taylor has now had enough,” the source continues. “Tom’s a great guy but there’s no room for him in her life.

“She doesn’t want a serious relationship and that’s where it was heading.

“It was all far too public, in the end.

“Tom freaked her out with his love of the limelight.

“But once things have all died down they are likely to remain friends.”

A friend of Tom’s has apparently countered: “Tom has supported Taylor in everything she does, going along with her antics like splashing around in the sea with all her pals.

“All he has ever wanted to do was make her happy — and she always seemed to be.”

One thing we can all agree on though, is that it was a very public romance, and it’s fair to say that at the height of Hiddleswift mania, we saw an awful lot of the couple.

First of all there were those definitely not-staged pictures that revealed the pair were dating, then there was the Italian break, stop-off to see Tom’s mum and trip to Australia. And try as we might, we will never forget the ‘T.S.’ vest.

Claims that the pair were on the rocks (and not in the good way they were during those absolutely not posed snaps back in June) began circulating on Tuesday (6 September), when it was alleged that Tom feared he was “being used for publicity”.

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