Taylor Swift has spent a lot of the final 12 months badembling her newest smash, Reputation, drawing ardour (and a few lyrical inspiration) from her scorching romance with Joe Alwyn. While the 27-year-old celebrity’s international enviornment tour will take her away from her British boyfriend for a lot of subsequent 12 months, an insider tells PEOPLE that the couple aren’t sweating it.
“When Taylor tours internationally next year, they will figure it out,” says the supply. “This just isn’t something they’re stressing about. Their relationship is superb, as a result of they’re each dedicated to creating it work. It’s only a very regular and respectful relationship, constructed on give-and-take. Joe is a gentleman and only a nice man thus far.”
The insider provides that they’ve confronted scheduling and distance issues earlier than on account of Alwyn’s performing profession. “When Joe is filming, Taylor flies to see him as a lot as she will be able to—most not too long ago in Atlanta.”
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For the time being, spreading her new music is firstly within the “Look What You Made Me Do” singer’s thoughts. And it’s undoubtedly been spreading—Nielsen Music has introduced that Reputation formally handed 1,050,000 in gross sales as of Monday, placing it on observe to turn out to be the best-selling album of 2017.
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Swift is decided to thank those who made it potential. “Taylor spent the weekend in N.Y.C.,” the supply continues. “She has been tremendous excited to launch her album. She could be very pleased with it and couldn’t wait to share it — she even frolicked with followers over the weekend. Her life is nice and he or she could be very completely satisfied.”
And a cheerful Swift makes for a cheerful Alwyn. “Joe shares her pleasure. They are very completely satisfied collectively. They are each extraordinarily hard-working, centered and supportive of one another’s careers.”