King: Taylor Swift’s new man is beautiful
Jaime King has given her bestie Taylor Swift’s new boyfriend, Calvin Harris, the thumbs up, calling the Scottish DJ “a wonderful man”.
The actress is clearly a fan of Scottish DJ and music producer Calvin Harris, 31. And though she remained pretty tight-lipped on the couple’s budding relationship, the 35-year-old did let slip that she thinks Calvin is “wonderful”.
“He's a wonderful man. He's a beautiful man,” the pregnant star told E! News as she walked the red carpet at the LA premiere of the new Christian Dior documentary, Dior and I, on Wednesday night, dazzling onlookers in a striking head-to-toe Dior ensemble.
Jaime announced in February that she’s expecting her second child with husband Kyle Newman, 39, having opened up last year about her painful struggle with fertility, suffering five miscarriages and an ectopic pregnancy prior to falling pregnant with son James, now 18 months.
Just last month, the excited mum-to-be shared the news that she and Kyle had already chosen Taylor to be their second child’s godmother – a decision she told E! News came easily.
"I always thought if I were to have another child that she would be the ideal godmother because the way she not only treats me but the way she treats other human beings. She's so loving and so giving and so generous and she does everything from her heart and she's incredibly brave and authentic. It's a very rare thing to come across,” she gushed of the 25-year-old singer.
"I know that [our baby] will always have a very good person and role model through her."
The Hart of Dixie star also revealed to E! that the couple already know the sex of their baby and even have a name picked out. Though for now, they want to keep that exciting news to themselves.
She did, however, talk cravings – though the slim star isn’t yearning for anything too unhealthy or out of the ordinary.
"I always crave olives and Jelly Belly [jelly beans] and Gatorade and parmesan cheese and green juices, which I hated last time," she revealed.
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