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Calvin ‘pens love song about Taylor’s toes’

Published 31/07/2015

Calvin Harris and Taylor Swift
Calvin Harris and Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift has dated stars including Jake Gyllenhaal and Harry Styles, but is said to think she’s found her “Mr. Right” with boyfriend Calvin Harris.

The Scottish DJ has been dating Bad Blood singer Taylor since February, and the pair’s relationship appears to be going from strength to strength.

In fact, Calvin is said to be so enamoured with his girlfriend that he loves every single inch of her.

And according to sources, Calvin decided to pen a song which explains his feelings for Taylor, before performing it for his partner.

“It was really romantic, just him and an acoustic guitar, about how she’s so rare in their world, love at first sight… there’s a funny line in there about how even her toes are perfect!” a source told America’s OK! Magazine.

But it seems Calvin is alone in his feelings about Taylor’s feet. The insider added that Taylor cracked up when Calvin got to the line in the song about her toes.

“She laughed so hard because she thinks they’re her worst feature and he thinks she’s crazy,” the source added.

Taylor, 25, has had her fair share of celebrity relationships, and counts stars including Jake Gyllenhaal, Harry Styles and John Mayer among her famous exes.

But after being introduced to Calvin by mutual friend Ellie Goulding, Taylor apparently thinks her search for ‘The One’ is well and truly over.

“They’re very much in love and she’s convinced she’s finally found Mr. Right,” the source added.

Calvin, 31, recently gushed to a British radio station that his girlfriend ticks boxes he didn't even know existed.

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