Taylor Swift shakes off reports that she is buying a Scottish castle to be closer to Calvin Harris

Taylor Swift has denied rumours that she is planning to buy a castle in Scotland. The Shake it Off singer was reportedly keen to invest in a £4.6million castle in order to have a base close to her boyfriend Calvin Harris' family.

However she took to Twitter to shut down the reports with a lyric from her song New Romantics.

"'Cause baby I could build a castle out of all the bricks they threw at me' – a line from New Romantics," she wrote. "But I'm not actually buying a castle."



Taylor Swift denied reports she is buying a castle near Calvin Harris' parents

The 25-year-old was said to be planning to buy the Tower of Lethendy castle, north of Perth, because she wanted a home near to her boyfriend's family, who live in Edinburgh.

It is not the first time the couple has been subject to speculation about their relationship. Calvin recently laughed off rumours that they were planning to get married in an interview with KISS FM.

"It's going absolutely fantastic," he explained. "It's interesting because obviously there's a different thing written about it every day and even if we don't do anything publicly for a while someone will make something up.

"It does get more and more ridiculous, from me apparently being allergic to cats, or Taylor and I moving in together, or we're getting married next week. It's a lot but you've got to take it how it is, which is that it's a news story that people read but it's just not real life."

Despite constant speculation about their relationship, Taylor and Calvin are still going strong and stepped out for dinner together at Giorgio Baldi Italian restaurant in Santa Monica on Monday night as the singer enjoyed a few days off from her 1989 world tour.

Although both musicians are incredibly busy with their work schedules, Calvin insists it is not hard to spend time together.

"She's on her world tour and I'm based in LA but the luxury is that we can both travel very easily and that's one of the reasons why it works so well," he told Key 103 radio. "It's really not hard to see each other on a regular basis."

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