Taylor Swift opened up about her romance with boyfriend Joe Alwyn during an interview with Paul McCartney and she revealed, among other things, that he really understands her celebrity lifestyle! Check out what other sweet things she had to say about Joe and their relationship!

The pop star very rarely talks about her boyfriend, even though he’s been the inspiration for a number of her newest songs.

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But she was much more open while she and the Beatles icon interviewed each other for the latest Rolling Stone issue’s cover story.

At some point during their chat, Taylor started discussing one of her newer songs explaining that ’Peace’ is more rooted in my own personal life.’

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She went on: ‘I, oftentimes, in my anxiety, can control how I’m as a person and how normal I rationalize things, but I can’t control if there are twenty photographers outside in the bushes and if they follow our car and if they interrupt our lives. I cannot control if there is going to be a fake weird headline about us in the news tomorrow.’

Paul McCartney was curious to know if Joe can ‘sympathize with that and understand’ and Taylor did not hesitate to respond with: ‘Oh, absolutely.’

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As fans know, Taylor and Joe started dating back in 2017 after other very public romances with big names such as Jake Gyllenhaal, Calvin Harris, John Mayer, Tom Hiddleston and Harry Styles!

Swift opened up even more about their romance as the interview went on, saying that ‘I think that in knowing Joe and being in this relationship I’m in now, I have definitely made decisions which have made my life feel more real and less like a storyline to be commented on in tabloids. Whether that is deciding where to live, who to hang with, when to not take a picture — the idea of privacy feels strange to even try to explain, but it is really just trying to find bits of normalcy. That is what that song ‘Peace’ is talking about.’