Taylor Swift and Joe Alwyn reappear hand in hand after 11 months

The artist of the year, who closed 2020 breaking records, took time to enjoy a winter walk with her boyfriend and mother-in-law.

The happy couple gave their fans a joy to see them as in love as ever, even though they had not been seen together since February of last year.

Taylor and Joe walked romantically through a park holding hands, warmly bundled up for London’s wet and cold weather.

Swift dressed in a long oversized Stella McCartney coat in navy blue, skinny jeans, Hunter rain boots and a matching magenta beanie with her gloves and flowered mask.

Alwyn accompanied the singer’s look with a blue feather jacket, classic jeans, matching wool hat and mask, and also protected her feet with practical Hunter rain boots.

The trio appeared to be immersed in their conversation, walking and talking as the actor’s 29-year-old mother, Elizabeth Alwyn, made animated hand gestures.

We know that the 4-year-old couple, although they don’t often share their lives on social media, spent much of the pandemic in isolation together and even wrote some of the songs on their latest surprise albums, Folklore and Evermore, where Joe appears under the pseudonym William Bowery.

Folklore, the star’s eighth album, has broken incredible records since its release in July 2020, according to data from MRC data. It was the best-selling album of the year, making her the first artist to reach such an achievement five times, and the only album of the year to sell more than 1 million copies.

Swift also surpassed Whitney Houston as the woman who has spent the longest weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart, with 47 weeks.

Evermore, his second surprise album of the year and the ninth of his career, despite arriving in December it also ranked among the 10 best-selling albums of 2020.

As if this were not enough, this 2020 the 31-year-old interpreter broke her own record at the American Music Awards.

After becoming the Artist of the Year for the third year in a row, winning Best Female Pop / Rock Artist and winning Best Music Video for “Cardigan,” Swift added a total of 32 statuettes and defended her title of the most awarded star in the history of this award.