Taylor Swift and Tom Hiddleston split after three months of dating

Taylor Swift and Tom Hiddleston's three month romance has come to an end. A source told People that the couple's split was amicable, meaning that there is no "Bad Blood" between the former lovebirds.

Us Weekly was first to report the news, citing that it was Taylor who decided to "put the brakes on the relationship."

TAP FOR GALLERY The couple cuddled up during the Fourth of July.

Hiddleswift’s romance came to light in June after they were spotted kissing on the beach near Taylor's home in Rhode Island. Not long after, the twosome took their romance on the road, making stops in Rome, Nashville and England, where Tom introduced his lady love to his mother.

They soon returned to the US to celebrate the Fourth of July, where they were spotted frolicking in the ocean with Taylor's famous friends, including Ryan Reynolds and his wife Blake Lively, Cara Delevingne and Karlie Kloss.

Tom and Taylor took their romance all over the world.

Back in July, Tom opened up about his relationship with the Bad Blood singer calling it “not a publicity stunt.” He told the Hollywood Reporter, “The truth is that Taylor Swift and I are together, and we're very happy. Thanks for asking. That's the truth. It's not a publicity stunt.”

TOM HIDDLESTON'S DATING HISTORY

Taylor and Tom, 35, were first spotted getting flirty at the 2016 Met Gala in New York City, where the I Knew You Were Trouble star was seen dancing with the actor. Tom later spilled the beans about their lively dance-off, calling Taylor "amazing". Speaking to MTV, he said: "I sat next to her at dinner that night and she was very charming. She is amazing — I've seen a couple of her videos."

They went public with their relationship just two weeks after Taylor announced her split from boyfriend Calvin Harris.

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