Joe Alwyn was ever the gentleman as he posed for selfies with fans at the premiere of his new movie Catherine Called Birdie in London on Tuesday.
The actor, 31, cut a dapper figure as he hit the red carpet without his superstar girlfriend Taylor Swift, 32.
Joe donned a sharp black suit with metallic trim for the occasion and layered the look over a pricey Prada t-shirt.
Wrapping up from the London chill he also opted for a smart grey knitted cardigan.
The Harriet star completed the look with a pair of patent Chelsea boots while sweeping his blonde hair to one side.
Joe beamed as he posed for snaps with enthusiastic fans before heading inside to enjoy the movie.
The medieval comedy is written and directed by Girls creator Lena and is based on the 1994 novel of the same name by Karen Cushman.
And stars 18-year-old Bella Ramsey as the title character, a teenage girl living in 13th-century England.
The official synopsis reads: ‘When her father, Sir Rollo (Andrew Scott) is in danger of losing everything thanks to his extreme spending, he tries to marry her off to a wealthy man, though she leans on a series of playful pranks to save herself from being wed to someone she despises’.
Joe costars as Catherine’s beloved uncle, while Billie Piper, Russel Brand and Ralph Ineson are among the all-star cast.
Joe and pop princess Taylor, who split their time between the U.S. and London, have continued to keep their relationship very private amid engagement and marriage rumors over the course of the past year.
In September 2018, the Mary Queen of Scots actor first spoke about their decision to keep the relationship private in conversation with British Vogue.
‘I’m aware people want to know about that side of things. I think we have been successfully very private and that has now sunk in for people…but I really prefer to talk about work,’ he shared.
And months later he continued to defend to Esquire why they’ve chosen not to go more public with their relationship.
‘I didn’t seek out advice on that,’ he said when asked about whether or not he had received advice about navigating a high profile relationship.
‘…Because I know what I feel about it. I think there’s a very clear line as to what somebody should share, or feel like they have to share, and what they don’t want to and shouldn’t have to.’
By March 2019 engagement rumors began to swirl after an insider told Us Weekly that the singer was all in on Joe.
‘Taylor’s friends are all talking about a proposal and how she really wants to marry Joe. He’s her dream guy.’
In an August 2019 interview with The Guardian Taylor maintained that she doesn’t share more because the relationship ‘isn’t up for discussion.’
‘I’ve learned that if I do, people think it’s up for discussion, and our relationship isn’t up for discussion,’ she said, adding that it’s a ‘boundary’ she’s set for herself that keeps her life ‘feeling manageable.’
But she publicly thanked him while accepting the Grammy for Album Of The Year, last year, and just two months later it was reported that they had ‘discussed future plans,’ and that she can ‘see herself marrying Joe one day,’ according to Entertainment Tonight.
Most recently Joe told WSJ Magazine in April: ‘If I had a pound for every time I think I’ve been told I’ve been engaged, then I’d have a lot of pound coins. I mean, the truth is, if the answer was yes, I wouldn’t say, and if the answer was no, I wouldn’t say.’
Catherine Called Birdy will have a limited in cinemas from September 23, before streaming on Prime Video starting on October 7.