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Taylor Swift and Tom Hiddleston enjoy a Roman holiday

Published 27/06/2016

Tom Hiddleston and Taylor Swift
Tom Hiddleston and Taylor Swift

Taylor and Tom continue whirlwind romance in Italy.

Taylor Swift and Tom Hiddleston enjoyed a Roman holiday on Monday (27Jun16) as they continued their loved-up European getaway.

After landing in Italy, Hollywood's new 'It' couple decided to take in the sights of the capital city, beginning with a visit to the Colosseum.

Although Taylor and Tom were flanked by security guards, fans managed to sneakily snap photos of the two strolling hand-in-hand and posted the evidence on social media.

In the pictures, both the Style singer and her new beau were all smiles, as Taylor donned a bright yellow sun dress and the actor looked suave in a white-button down shirt and black slacks.

Their stop in Rome comes days after Taylor, 26, arrived in Tom's native U.K. to meet his mother Diana on Friday (24Jun16).

Pictures featured the two walking on either side of Diana with their arms wrapped around her as they walked down a path near her home in Ipswich in Suffolk, England. The trio was beaming and Tom's mum had her arms around both her son and the pop star.

And just before their U.K. visit, Tom, 35, reportedly met Taylor's parents Andrea and Scott when he visited her adopted home of Nashville, Tennessee. While in the city, they were also spotted dancing with different pals at her best friend Selena Gomez's concert on Tuesday (21Jun16), and also got cosy at dinner with her friends on Thursday (23Jun16).

The couple's whirlwind romance was first revealed earlier this month (Jun16) when pictures emerged of them kissing and cuddling on a beach in Rhode Island, just two weeks after Taylor's split from Scottish DJ Calvin Harris was made public.

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