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Taylor Swift & boyfriend Calvin Harris arrive in Ireland via private arrivals in Dubin Airport amid tight & protective security

Taylor Swift & boyfriend Calvin Harris arrive in Ireland via private arrivals in Dubin Airport amid tight & protective security

Pictures: VIPIRELAND.COM

Taylor Swift/Instagram

Taylor Swift/Instagram

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SINGER Taylor Swift was joined by new boyfriend Calvin Harris when her private jet touched down in Dublin this evening.

The pair jetted in from London as the singer continues her world tour.

Gwyneth Paltrow posted a new picture to her Instagram showing herself and son Moses with Taylor Swift. Gwyneth brought her nine-year-old son along to see Taylor's concert in Hyde Park as part of her 1989 World Tour.

The 'Shake it Off' star was ushered out of Dublin Airport's private arrivals terminal amid tight security.

Music's newest superstar couple are rumoured to have been dating for the last four months.

Swift performed her roster of hits  in Hyde Park last night before travelling here for two sold-out gigs at Dublin's 3Arena tonight and tomorrow.

Earlier this month, it was revealed that Ellie Goulding, who performed in Cork last year, pushing Calvin and Taylor to get together.

Taylor Swift was greeted by a sidewalk full of fans as she left her New York apartment. The singer showed off her slender physique in a white playsuit. The tailored ensemble was in a crisp summer white and was cinched in at the waist. She paired her plain outfit with some bold turquoise shoes and finished off the look with a nude Michael Kors handbag. It seems her date night with love interest Calvin Harris went well, with the DJ seen leaving her apartment earlier that morning.

"I did play matchmaker, that's true. Calvin is a really great mate and he's so fantastic, and Taylor is such a cool person who I love. I thought, 'They're both really awesome and both really tall, they'll be brilliant together,’" Ellie laughed to British newspaper The Sun.

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