Taylor Swift share a sweet hug with Joe Alwyn in New Documentary

Taylor Swift throws her arms around beau Joe Alwyn as she details private romance in new documentary Miss Americana

After three years of remaining quiet about her relationship with Joe Alwyn, Taylor Swift spills the details of her secret romance in upcoming documentary Taylor Swift: Miss Americana.

The 10-time Grammy winner’s documentary earned a standing ovation from critics at the Sundance Film Festival on Thursday, which has been described as ‘raw and emotionally revealing.’

While the popstar’s British beau only appears in a few onscreen scenes, she revealed how Alwyn’s ‘wonderful, normal, balanced kind of life’ captured her eye and how his perspective helped foster their strong bond.

Lovers: Taylor Swift runs into boyfriend of three years Joe Alwyn’s arms after performing on the Reputation tour

Tender moments: In a different scene — featured in the movie’s first look — the Lover singer kisses Alwyn’s hand during a car ride

In a tender moment about one minute into the trailer, Swift runs into Alwyn’s arms before the lovebirds walk around backstage after she’s done performing on the Reputation tour.

In a different scene — featured in the movie’s first look — the Lover singer kisses Alwyn’s hand during a car ride.

The couple famously have previously avoided speaking about each other in interviews or even walking red carpets together.

While she never says Joe’s name aloud, according to the NY Post, she does apparently speak of the loneliness of fame and jokes about her quest for love with director Lana Wilson.

Date night: Earlier this month, the pair had their most public date by far, which included sitting next to each other at the Golden Globes and looking lovingly into each other’s eyes.

Stolen moments: ‘Shouldn’t I have someone that I could call now?’ she asks in the film before dropping she does but they’ve ‘decided together that we wanted our relationship to be private.’

‘Shouldn’t I have someone that I could call now?’ she asks, before dropping she does, but they’ve ‘decided together that we wanted our relationship to be private.’

That is the last the actor is seen or mentioned. 

Despite entering the public eye together in baby steps, sources told People the actor has no interest in fame.

‘Joe loves acting but doesn’t want to be a celebrity. They both agree that, for their relationship to keep working, they want to keep things quieter,’ the source said. ‘She’s the happiest she’s ever been.’

A sweet serenade: The singer’s last two albums have been devoted to love songs about her beau

 His need for privacy hasn’t been an issue for Swift, who has simply shied away from social media and taken extraordinary precautions to ensure privacy. 

While fans have only caught rare glimpses of the couple, her confessional lyrics have painted a picture of their secret romance for years. 

In one of her three entirely self-written songs Cornelia Street on Lover, Swift sang of ‘sacred new beginnings’ and hoped aloud that her relationship Alwyn would never end.

In other songs like her Grammy nominated single Lover she asks, ‘Can I go where you go?/Can we always be this close forever and ever?’

Private: The couple famously have previously avoided speaking about each other in interviews or even walking red carpets together.

Earlier this month, the pair had their most public date by far, which included sitting next to each other at the Golden Globes and looking lovingly into each other’s eyes.

Beyond sharing her private romance, the Blank Space singer opened up about struggling with an eating disorder and gaining her voice in politics. 

In a candid conversation about how she formerly maintained her double-zero physique, the Cats star admitted she used to ‘just stop eating’ if she saw a photo of herself where she perceived herself too big or if someone made a cruel comment about her size.

Silent struggle: Speaking in her Netflix documentary Miss Americana, she said: ‘It’s not good for me to see pictures of myself every day.

Speaking in her Netflix documentary Miss Americana, she said: ‘It’s not good for me to see pictures of myself every day.

‘It’s only happened a few times, and I’m not in any way proud of it. [There have been times when I’ve seen] a picture of me where I feel like I looked like my tummy was too big, or… someone said that I looked pregnant … and that’ll just trigger me to just starve a little bit – just stop eating.’

The documentary includes then-and-now photos show to show just how thin the Me! singer was during the 1989 album era compared to her healthier look in 2018.

Taylor admitted she regularly felt like she was ‘going to pass out’ while on stage at her thinnest because of her under eating and over exercising.

She said: ‘I thought that I was supposed to feel like I was going to pass out at the end of a show, or in the middle of it. Now I realise, no, if you eat food, have energy, get stronger, you can do all these shows and not feel (enervated).’

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