Taylor Swift and Calvin Harris seem to have found a way to silence all rumours surrounding their relationship. It's been a year since the couple first met at the Grammys 2015 and eventually, started dating. But, as soon as it became official, stories about their break-up started doing the rounds on the web. Now, it looks like all that didn't matter as Swift and Harris recently celebrated their first anniversary in the most romantic way possible, making way for speculations about them being secretly engaged.
When the "Bad Blood" singer and "How Deep Is Your Love" hitmaker made their relationship official to the world, they didn't quite shy away from expressing it on social media as well. But, when the rumour mills started spinning stories about their break-up, wedding and even baby plans, the couple started playing it low key.
And now, it looks like they have found a smarter way to debunk all these rumours. The "Wildest Dreams" singer and her DJ boyfriend might not be announcing the success of their relationship on Instagram or Twitter, instead they have been flaunting it in PDA-packed date nights.
Swift and Harris celebrated their first anniversary with an intimate dinner date at the swanky Beverly Wilshire Hotel, Wolfgang Puck's CUT, on March 1, and according to Hollywood Life, the couple couldn't keep their hands off each other. "Taylor and Calvin looked crazy in love with each other the entire time they were eating dinner. They were laughing and smiling. And they were very sweet to a few young girls that approached them in the hotel. They were holding hands and seemed pretty affectionate with each other," a source said.
And then, when the singer was spotted wearing a sparkling gold band on her ring finger at pal Britany Maack's wedding, where she was the Maid of Honour, speculations went wild about the couple having got secretly engaged on their first anniversary date night.
While there is no official confirmation from either Swift or Harris about any new development in their relationship, fans have definitely been eagerly waiting to hear some good news, and not just break-up rumours.