The pop star and actor were first seen together on June 14, when The Sun published photos of the pair kissing on the beach in Rhode Island — just two weeks after Swift's breakup with Calvin Harris was confirmed. The couple was coy about the relationship at first, despite being spotted together at a Selena Gomez concert and reportedly meeting each other's parents. They became Instagram-official over the Fourth of July weekend, when pics of Hiddleston at Swift's famous Independence Day bash popped up on her and her friends' accounts.
Hiddleston broke his silence about the relationship in a July 14 interview, telling The Hollywood Reporter: "The truth is that Taylor Swift and I are together and we're very happy. Thanks for asking. That's the truth. It's not a publicity stunt."
Us reports, according to "multiple sources," that Swift ended things due to Hiddleston wanting the relationship to be more public. Billboard has reached out to a rep for Swift for confirmation.