Taylor Swift, purveyor of rainbows with a voice like a harp, has been walking among us mere mortals since 2006 ever since she released her debut studio album. Since then, it’s become evident to myself and rest of the Internet that Swift isn’t just a pop country singer. She is a princess.
Hear me out:
1. She’s dating American royalty
Swift has been linked to various douches (from John Mayer to Joe Jonas) but that was clearly a front to throw us off. Now she’s rumoured to be dating a Kennedy, which basically means she’s with the bees knees of American royalty. She and Robert F. Kennedy’s grandson Conor Kennedy have been cozying up together in Hyannis Port, Mass, going sailing and eating at a local pizzeria. If that’s not enough, I’m pretty sure you can see the faint hint of glitter burst from the soles of Taylor’s feet in the photos of her and Prince Charming.
2. She can talk to animals
Taylor enlightened us a few months ago when she revealed her unique skill of jabbering with fairytale creatures, namely her fluffy feline Meredith. She proceeded to share Instagram photos of her cray adventures with said cat over Twitter. Proof that only princesses can talk to animals, remember the Disney princesses of yore:
3. Her lyrics are contradictory
In her 2009 video for “White Horse” Taylor tried to convince us a few times that she’s not a princess in the lyrics: “I should have known/ That I’m not a princess, this ain’t a fairytale/ I’m not the one you’ll sweep off her feet.” That seems a little obvious doesn’t it??
4. She’s a philanthropist and rock star, but still humble
This year Taylor got a shout out from First Lady Michelle Obama for her activism and outstanding charity toward Nashville flood relief efforts AND she basically wins every music award out there, including Entertainer of the Year at the ACM Awards and Choice Female Artist at the Teen Choice Awards. She’s also the highest paid celebrity under 30, beating out Rihanna, Lady Gaga and Katy Perry. We’d hate her if she weren’t so humble about it (see Kristen Wiig’s impersonation above).