Our favourite 'it' couple are finally sharing the love on Instagram!

2015-06-12 12:31

Los Angeles - Taylor Swift has posted the first solo photograph of her and new boyfriend Calvin Harris to her Instagram account.

The 25-year-old beauty has been rumoured to have been dating Calvin, 31, since February and if it hasn't already been confirmed she has now by posting an image of them riding an inflatable swan together on the photo-sharing website.

The Shake It Off hitmaker - who's previously dated the likes of John Mayer and Harry Styles - is seen sporting a pair of dark shades and a black bikini top as she nestles behind her topless new boyfriend, captioning the image: "Swan goals."

Swan goals.

A photo posted by Taylor Swift (@taylorswift) on

Taylor's decision to post the photograph came shortly after she revealed Calvin is one of her "favourite people".

The singer-songwriter took to Twitter on Tuesday for National Best Friends Day to celebrate Calvin and her good friend Gigi Hadid, who she also captured in a picture.

Alongside a link to the image, which was posted on Gigi's Instagram account, Taylor captioned the image: ''I took a photo of my favorite people--they were laughing so hard, the lens couldn't capture it fast enough. (sic)''

Meanwhile, Gigi - who recently split from Cody Simpson - dedicated the same blurry black and white snapshot to all of her friends.

She said: "There's not a picture that could fit in everyone that I appreciate, but this post is dedicated to all the friends that light up my life- you know who you are. I'm the luckiiesssttttt #nationalbestfriendsday (sic)."

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