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Swift throws King Party

Published 15/06/2015

Taylor Swift
Taylor Swift

Jaime King has thanked her best friend Taylor Swift for an "insanely beautiful" baby shower.

As well as her pop career and taking on maid of honour duties at her childhood friend Britany Maack's upcoming wedding, Taylor is also going to become godmother to Jaime's new arrival.

Proving she's the right girl for the job, Taylor invited a bunch of her A-list pals to celebrate the impending birth over the weekend.

Part of the baby shower fun included a photo booth, which Taylor, Jaime, Gigi Hadid and Alana Haim took full advantage of.

"Baby shower/ major throwdown for @jaime_king feat @gigihadid @babyhaim (sic)," Taylor captioned a snap on Instagram of the four posing in sill hats, feather boas and feather fans.

Another shot saw Hailee Steinfeld and Sarah Hyland get in on the photo action. Jessica Alba, Selma Blair, Nina Dobrev and Emma Roberts were also in attendance.

Jaime also put a photo on her own Instagram account to thank Taylor for the bash.

The 36-year-old is already mum to son James with her husband Kyle Newman and seems more than happy with her choice of godparent second time round.

“How can I put this into words. @taylorswift is not only going to be an exquisite Godmother but one of the best friends one could ask for. Thank you Tay for throwing me such an insanely beautiful baby shower. Less than 12 hours after performing for 100k strong. I love you SO MUCH (sic)," Jaime gushed.

It was on the photo sharing app that Taylor first announced she'd been asked to be godmother, by uploading a snap of her holding Jaime's growing bump in March.

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