Suki Waterhouse and her boyfriend Robert Pattinson made their first public appearance together on Wednesday evening since she revealed she was expecting her first child with the Batman star.
The 31-year-old model-turned-actress and the 37-year-old leading man were spotted joining their good friend Taylor Swift in New York City as all three attended the buzzy New York City premiere of Yorgos Lanthimos’ new film Poor Things.
The fantasy black comedy stars Taylor’s fellow Emma Stone, while her pal Margaret Qualley also has a supporting part.
The sighting comes as Taylor caused a fan frenzy with her surprise appearance at the premiere after revealing the truth about the timeline of her Travis Kelce romance.
The singer, 33, was flanked by security as she pulled up to the venue in a chauffeured black SUV.
Suki Waterhouse and her boyfriend Robert Pattinson made their first public appearance together since revealing her pregnancy when they joined Taylor Swift at the NYC premiere of Poor Things on Wednesday night
Suki, 31, revealed that she and Robert, 37, were expecting their first child last month, but the two haven’t been seen out together in public since then
Taylor Swift caused a fan frenzy as she made a surprise appearance at the New York premiere of pal Emma Stone’s new film Poor Things
For Wednesday’s occasion, Swift stunned in a glamorous black fur coat
For Wednesday’s occasion, Swift stunned in a glamorous black fur coat and sported her signature red lip.
Her dirty blonde hair tumbled down the front of her silky black midi dress in loose tendrils.
The Anti-Hero singer — who was revealed as TIME’s Person Of The Year — strutted her stuff in tall open toed heels that showed off her scarlet pedicure.
She carried a sparkly hardshell purse with a shiny gold handle.
Swift paired her ruby pout with then winged eyeliner and just a touch of warm brown shadow on the lids.
Fans who were lucky enough to catch Swift’s arrival frantically snapped photos from the sidelines.
In the pages of her Time cover story, Swift spoke of her relationship with Travis Kelce for the first time publicly, sharing it started with a comment on the podcast the football star shares with his brother.
‘This all started when Travis very adorably put me on blast on his podcast, which I thought was metal as hell. We started hanging out right after that,’ the singer said, adding that their infamous first public outing at a game was not their first date.
She explained: ‘I think some people think that they saw our first date at that game? We would never be psychotic enough to hard launch a first date.’
The 12-time Grammy Award winner also acknowledged the attention she has gotten when she attends his games with the Kansas City chiefs.
‘I’m just there to support Travis. I have no awareness of if I’m being shown too much and p****** off a few dads, Brads, and Chads,’ she told TIME.
The singer, 33, was flanked by security as she pulled up to the venue in a chauffeured black SUV
The Anti-Hero singer — who was revealed as TIME’s Person Of The Year — strutted her stuff in tall open toed heels that showed off her scarlet pedicure
Her dirty blonde hair tumbled down in loose tendrils
In the pages of her Time cover story, Swift spoke of her relationship with Travis Kelce for the first time publicly, sharing it started with a comment on the podcast the football star shares with his brother; seen in October
‘When you say a relationship is public, that means I’m going to see him do what he loves, we’re showing up for each other, other people are there and we don’t care.’
Meanwhile, Emma — who looked phenomenal in a plunging gown — was asked about Swift on the red carpet.
The pair’s friendship dates back to 2008.
Swift recently released her vault track When Emma Falls in Love, which fans have speculated is about Emma’s whirlwind romance with her now-husband Dave McCary.
‘You would have to ask her,’ she answered coyly.
She also wouldn’t confirm if the Wildest Dreams hitmaker would be supporting her at the big premiere.
‘We will see,’ Stone told ET correspondent Rachel Smith.
She stars in the black comedy based on Alasdair Gray’s novel of the same name alongside actors Mark Ruffalo, Willem Dafoe and Ramy Youssef.
Emma — who looked phenomenal in a plunging gown — was asked about her close pal Swift on the red carpet
Their friendship dates back to 2008; seen at the Teen Choice Awards in 2011
She also wouldn’t confirm if the Wildest Dreams hitmaker would be supporting her at the big premiere
The film follows Bella Baxter (Stone), a young woman who is brought back to life by the brilliant and unorthodox scientist Dr. Godwin Baxter (Dafoe), as per IMDb.
It was directed by Yorgos Lanthimos for Searchlight Pictures.
Being the bonafide queen of Easter eggs, fans of Swift speculated that her appearance may be confirmation that her film directorial debut isn’t far off.
Last year, Variety reported that Swift would be directing a movie for Searchlight based on a script she wrote.
Searchlight presidents David Greenbaum and Matthew Greenfield told the outlet at the time: ‘Taylor is a once in a generation artist and storyteller. It is a genuine joy and privilege to collaborate with her as she embarks on this exciting and new creative journey.’
The multi-Grammy Award-winner made her short film directorial debut in 2021 with All Too Well, which starred Teen Wolf’s Dylan O’Brien and Stranger Things star Sadie Sink.
It was rumored to be about her relationship with ex Jake Gyllenhaal, who dated Swift when she was 20 and he was 29.
She self-directed her Anti-Hero music video, which premiered last year, as well as the music videos for Willow (2020), Cardigan (2020 and Bejeweled (2022).
She has also co-directed several music videos, including Mine (2010) and Lover (2019).
Swift previously said that she ‘absolutely [adores] telling stories’ and that she ‘would absolutely love’ the opportunity to do so with a feature film.
Her outing in NYC on Wednesday came hours after TIME revealed her as their Person Of The Year.
Swift, whose massive 66-date tour earned her billionaire status this year, beat Vladimir Putin, Barbie, King Charles and Sam Altman, among others shortlisted for the honor.
Taylor took to X/Twitter and shared the magazine cover where she poses with her beloved pet cat Benjamin Button.
Alongside the photo, she wrote a light-hearted version of how her chat with the publication went when they first approached her with the honour.
She wrote: ‘Time Magazine: We’d like to name you Person of the Yea-‘
‘Me: Can I bring my cat.’
The post received over 224,000 likes in the first hour after it went up.
‘This is the proudest and happiest I’ve ever felt, and the most creatively fulfilled and free I’ve ever been… It feels like the breakthrough moment of my career, happening at 33,’ Swift said in an interview for the cover of the magazine in which she’s described as a ‘master storyteller of the modern era.’
Swift’s year included the wildly popular Eras Tour and concert movie, the release of her reimagined ‘1989’ album, and her closely watched relationship with tight end Travis Kelce. She’s even the subject of college courses.
The pop megastar beat Vladimir Putin , Barbie and Sam Altman for TIME’s Person Of The Year
Swift broke her silence about the honor on X/Twitter
Swift told the magazine of the intense training she undertook to prepare for her Eras tour, which is set to be the biggest of all time
Swift told the magazine of the intense training she undertook to prepare for her Eras tour, which is set to be the biggest of all time.
The star said she began training six months before the shows, running on the treadmill every day while singing the entire setlist out loud. That was followed by three months of dance lessons.
Time Magazine notes the huge impact the Eras tour had in the nation’s economy, culture and even politics this year, saying of Swift: ‘Carrying an economy on your back is a lot for one person.’
Swift ‘achieved a kind of nuclear fusion: shooting art and commerce together to release an energy of historic force,’ TIME said of why they chose her as Person of The Year – a selection predicted by DailyMail.com.
But the star told the magazine she believes her rise to the top came after she was almost ‘cancelled’ after Kim Kardashian shared a video that appeared to show her approving Kanye West’s song where he claims, ‘I made that b**** famous.’ – despite Swift’s insistence that she had not.
‘Make no mistake—my career was taken away from me,’ Swift said of the backlash that followed, which saw many call her a ‘snake’ – imagery she would then use for her comeback album Reputation.
Swift continued: ‘You have a fully manufactured frame job, in an illegally recorded phone call, which Kim Kardashian edited and then put out to say to everyone that I was a liar.
‘That took me down psychologically to a place I’ve never been before. I moved to a foreign country. I didn’t leave a rental house for a year. I was afraid to get on phone calls. I pushed away most people in my life because I didn’t trust anyone anymore. I went down really, really hard.’
However, Swift told the magazine she has since then taken a different approach to her life in the public eye.
She added: ‘Yes, if I go out to dinner, there’s going to be a whole chaotic situation outside the restaurant. But I still want to go to dinner with my friends.
‘Life is short. Have adventures. Me locking myself away in my house for a lot of years—I’ll never get that time back. I’m more trusting now than I was six years ago.’
Explaining the magazine’s choice, TIME’s editor in chief Sam Jacobs wrote said: ‘The person chosen has typically been a ruler over traditional domains of power…very often a politician or a titan of industry.
‘And yet the person whose singular influence was revealed throughout 2023 has held none of these roles—or anything remotely similar…Taylor Swift found a way to transcend borders and be a source of light…Swift is the rare person who is both the writer and hero of her own story.’