Despite her feud with Kim Kardashian and Kanye West and her blossoming romance with Tom Hiddleston, Taylor Swift has proven that she always has time for her friendship group as she FaceTimed Karlie Kloss to celebrate her 24th birthday and sent her a beautiful bouquet of sunflowers.
Sharing a snap of their phone call exchange on Twitter, Karlie wrote: "When you're halfway around the world & your best friend still finds a way to celebrate 24 with you @taylorswift13."
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Taylor FaceTimed Karlie to wish her a happy birthday
Taylor also shared a photo of the pair posing for a selfie, writing: "I LOVE YOU KARLIE! You're such an exquisite person, always trying to make things better for others. Every day I'm inspired by how giving, loving, and thoughtful you are. Happy 24th Birthday!!!"
The star regularly gives shout outs on social media to her friends on their birthday, and recently shared a throwback photo of herself with her best friend Selena Gomez to celebrate her turning 24, writing: "Going through old pictures today, because @selenagomez just turned 24! I can't imagine my life without you, Selena. HAPPY BIRTHDAY!"
The We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together singer has made a point of ignoring the latest news regarding her feud with Kim and Kanye. Justin Bieber made it clear that he had taken sides with the rapper and Keeping Up With The Kardashians star after sharing a snap of himself on FaceTime with Kanye, writing: "Taylor Swift what up."
Taylor shared a photo of Karlie on Instagram
Taylor is currently in the middle of a feud with the famous couple after Kim revealed several videos showing the popstar giving her approval for a song in private which she publicly condemned after its release.
Following the release of the video, Taylor has only reacted with a response which read: "Where is the video of Kanye telling me he was going to call me 'that b****' in his song? It doesn't exist because it never happened.
"You don't get to control someone's emotional response to being called 'that b****' in front of the entire world."