Cabinet Minister Liz Truss took time out from her political duties on Sunday night to pose for a selfie with Taylor Swift at the BAFTAs in what must have been the most random photo opportunity of the night. Posting on her Instagram, the Chief Secretary to the Treasury, 43, shared the snap with the pop sensation taken at the glitzy ceremony in London, just days before a second vote on Theresa May’s Brexit deal. Look What You Made Me Do! Despite being nominated for Best Pop Vocal album, Taylor ditched the Grammys in Los Angeles last night in favour of the BAFTAs, where her boyfriend Joe Alwyn’s blockbuster The Favourite swept the floor with seven awards. And Liz may see herself with a whole new demographic of fans, as ‘Swifties’ from all over the world took to the politician’s Instagram to comment on the new friends. One wrote: ‘Wow so beautiful’. Another said: ‘Aww you both looked so gorgeous’. While a third commented: ‘You both look amazing!
The singer looked sensational in a periwinkle blue gown as she cosied up to her dapper beau, 27, inside the Grosvenor House London, before heading on to the Vogue and Tiffany & Co Fashion and Film Party at celebrity hotspot Annabel’s together. The pair -- who have kept their romance largely out of the public eye -- made a rare public appearance together for the special evening, which marked a momentous evening for rising star Joe. Taylor later took to Instagram to congratulate Joe after The Favourite was the big winner of the night. Taylor later took to Instagram to congratulate Joe after The Favourite was the big winner of the night. Joe stars alongside Olivia Colman, Emma Stone and Rachel Weisz, as a courtier in love with Emma’s character Abigail Masham. The period movie won BAFTAs for Best Actress, outstanding British film, original screenplay, costume design, production design and hair and make-up, while Rachel was best supporting actress. To my fellow nominees, to be in the same company as you is an extraordinary honour. I’m very shaky, sorry. We’re having an amazing night aren’t we? A world away from the glitz and glamour of the BAFTAs, Liz Truss appeared on Sky News’ Sophy Ridge On Sunday earlier in the day. The minister refused to rule out quitting if Theresa May backs a permanent customs union to get a Brexit deal through Parliament. Labour has demanded the concession from the PM along with close ties to the single market as the price of supporting her package. I appreciate Jeremy Corbyn has come to the table but the reality is what he is proposing does not deliver on what we want as a country,’ she said.
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