Taylor Swift shares iconic selfie with Prince William and children George and Charlotte

Taylor Swift shares iconic selfie with Prince William and children George and Charlotte

Taylor Swift has shared a selfie with Prince William and the royal children after the family attended her Wembley gig on Friday evening.

 

 

The Prince of Wales, along with Prince George and Princess Charlotte, could be spotted in the crowds at Taylor’s The Eras Tour show in London.

 

 

Taylor Swift shares iconic selfie with Prince William and children George and Charlotte

 

 

And it seems the royals had a great time, after Prince William was spotted busting some serious moves while singing along to ‘Shake It Off’. The gig also coincided with the Prince of Wales’ birthday, with William turning 42 on Friday.

And what better way to spend your birthday than having a meet and greet with Taylor? The singer even wished William a ‘Happy Birthday’ in her post, which she shared on Saturday (22 June).

 

 

Posting a photo of the selfie on her Instagram page, she wrote: “Happy Bday M8! London shows are off to a splendid start.” Meanwhile, over on the Prince and Princess of Wales’ social media, William thanked Taylor for a fab show.

 

 

@kkinldn Shake it off Prince William #princewilliam #erastourtaylorswift #erastour #whiteclawuk ♬ original sound – KK

 

 

“Thank you @taylorswift for a great evening!” he wrote. Also appearing at the London gig on Friday was Bridgerton’s Nicola Coughlan, Cara Delevingne and Salma Hayek, meanwhile Swift’s boyfriend, Travis Kelce, was spotted in the VIP section with his brother Jason Kelce and wife Kylie Kelce.

Fellow royals Zara and Mike Tindall could also be spotted, meanwhile Labour leader Keir Starmer took a break from the campaign trail to enjoy the show.

Prior to arriving in London, Swift performed in Cardiff and Liverpool. She’s now set to spend the summer in Europe before returning to London again in August and then heading to Canada.

Taylor Swift shares iconic selfie with Prince William and children George and Charlotte

Speaking about the tour, the singer recently announced that it will come to an end in December, calling it the ‘most exhausting, all-encompassing, but most joyful, most rewarding, most wonderful thing that has ever happened in my life’.

After playing the three nights at Anfield as part of her Eras Tour, it seems Taylor had just as much of an impact on the city as the city had on her after donating a hefty sum of money to the St Andrew’s Community Network, which operates 11 food-banks and eight community food pantries in the city.

As reported by the Liverpool Echo, Charlotte, a fundraiser for the network, said: “We can’t thank Taylor enough.”

She continued: “So many people are struggling at the moment and need for all our services has sadly increased over the last few years, so to have someone like Taylor supporting our endeavours and choosing to help people in crisis in Liverpool means so much and will make a massive difference.”

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