Taylor Swift poses for selfie with Prince William and Travis Kelce after first night of London ‘Eras Tour’

Taylor Swift kicked things off in London stop on his “Eras Tour” on Friday in the most British way possible – with a royal selfie.

In the selfie, the pop star is all smiles as she poses with Prince William, Prince George and Princess Charlotte. Also in the photo? Her boyfriend, Kansas City Chiefs star Travis Kelce.

Rumors swirled about the star couple’s romance last summer, and they were made public in September when Swift attended a Chiefs game against the Chicago Bears.

“Happy Birthday M8! London shows are off to a great start,” Swift captioned the selfie she posted on Friday X. Prince William’s birthday was also Friday, according to a post on William’s official X account and Kate.

“US and UK royalty,” one fan commented on the post.

The royal couple also posted a photo of the Prince of Wales, George and Charlotte with the “You Belong With Me” crooner on their X account.

“Thank you @taylorswift13 for a great night!” » said the legend.

Swift kicked off her first of eight “Eras Tour” shows in London on Friday night with much fanfare.

The royal family’s official X account posted a video of the British Army performing Swift’s “Shake It Off” during the changing of the guard on June 21 at Buckingham Palace.

“I can’t stop, I won’t stop grooving,” the royal family captioned the video.

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