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Taylor 'off to Scotland to meet Calvin's parents'

Published 23/07/2015

Calvin Harris and Taylor Swift
Calvin Harris and Taylor Swift

A trip to meet Calvin Harris' family is apparently on the cards for Taylor Swift.

The loved up pair don't hold back when it comes to gushing about each other to the press and via social media, which has led to them being dubbed one of showbiz's cutest couples.

While Calvin has already hung out with Taylor's folks at one of her The 1989 World Tour shows, it's now reportedly time for Taylor to meet Calvin's family.

"They’re planning a trip to the UK with a few days in Scotland so she can meet his parents," a source told Us Weekly.

"Her parents love him. They think he’s the greatest.”

Both stars have had a string of famous exes, with Taylor enjoying romances with Harry Styles, John Mayer and Jake Gyllenhaal and Calvin previously dating Rita Ora.

Friends now think the two music stars have found the perfect match in one another.

"This is the real thing. Taylor spent a long time being single, waiting for the right guy like him," the source said.

Calvin, 31, feels the same way, recently talking about how the 25-year-old is even better than he could have imagined.

"It's not even a case of ticking all the boxes, there's boxes that I didn't even know existed she ticks," he gushed to British radio station Key 103.

"It's really ridiculous but yeah, she does an incredible barbeque and she's generally an incredible cook and human being."

Calvin is no doubt taking Taylor's mind off her recent Twitter feud with Nicki Minaj following this year's VMA nominations. Nicki was angry that her Anaconda video failed to get a Video of the Year nod, slamming the industry for only celebrating slim women. Taylor took this as a personal attack and reprimanded Nicki for pitting women against each other.

The women have now settled their differences, but not before Taylor's enemy Katy Perry waded in by appearing to comment that she thought the blonde star was being "ironic".

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