Taylor Swift and Tom Hiddleston Split: Celebrity Stylist Reveals Why Hiddleswift Ended


Taylor Swift and Tom Hiddleston’s breakup was bound to happen – it is important to note that their relationship began just two weeks after the singer and ex-boyfriend, Calvin Harris, announced their split in June.

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Celebrity stylist Phillip Bloch, a close friend of Karlie Kloss (Taylor’s best friend) revealed why it comes as no shock that Hiddleswift is over.


Both were always hounded by media and every move of their relationship was always followed so fans voiced out their disapproval of the pair’s relationship.

Phillip shared that there had been predictions that the relationship would not last since Taylor Swift and Tom Hiddleston were not a typical couple and there was no chance they could be one. Aside from that, the way the relationship was  managed partly contributed to the split.

For these reasons, he revealed that he knew the split was definitely going to happen. He continued saying that at first, the situation seemed to be fine. However, things went downhill , especially with a lot of criticisms from the people.

The stylist revealed to Now Magazine via the Sun, “Tom’s a guy on the up and it was a good look for him, and the people around him were happy for it to happen.”

The Hiddleswift era was quick and passionate with their mini-world tour together and though pictures portrayed a perfect romance between the two of them. In the end, it just did not work out well. It was a roller coaster from the beginning.

As Sugarscape describes,  Tom got wound up into the “Taylor show”.

“She’s always been the much bigger star and it was very much about her,” the stylist added.

And now fans are waiting for Taylor Swift’s next album and how she will write her #HiddleSwiftIsOver breakup song.

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