Taylor Swift‘s first show in London has been a massive hit. So are the BTS photos of the event. Prince William along with his children Prince George, 10, and Princess Charlotte, 9 were the gracious presence. And what’s more! Prince William was shaking it off during Taylor Swift’s first The Eras Tour concert Friday. It was Prince William’s 42nd birthday and Taylor has now posted a birthday wish to ‘M8 prince’.Overall, the fans can’t keep calm with back-to-back photos coming from the Royal family and Taylor herself. And then there was Travis Kelce, Taylor Swift’s American football player boyfriend.
The video of Prince William dancing as Taylor belted out ‘Shake it off’ went viral. Courtesy a keen Swiftie who must be a Royal family fan as well.

And the confirmation that the viral video was indeed of the Prince came from official X handle of the Kensington Palace which posted a Taylor Swift’s selfie with the Prince and the children. “Thank you @taylorswift13
for a great evening! #LondonTSTheErastour,” the post read.

Other VIP attendees at the sell-out event included Sir Keir Starmer, the Labour party leader, supermodel Cara Delevingne and Bridgerton actress Nicola Coughlan.
Sir Keir shared a photo of him hugging his wife Victoria with thousands of jubilant fans in the background with the caption “‘Swift’ campaign pitstop”.
It was Taylor Swift’s three-hour long set and all sold out. ‘You’re making me feel like tonight I get to play my first sold out show at Wembley Stadium on The Eras Tour,” Swift said. “What better way to spend a Friday night than in the most exhilarating city in the world? There are 88,446 people in this stadium today,” she said ahead of the roller-coaster three hours during which Taylor interrupted four times owing to security reasons as many of the fans fainted.
Taylor was accorded a royal welcome in London as the Changing of the Guard performed Shake it Off at Buckingham Palace. “Can’t stop, won’t stop groovin,” the Royal family posted on X the video of the performance.
London turns Swiftie
On the occasion of Taylor Swift’s show, Transport for London unveiled a new map of the London Underground network replacing the names of regular stations and lines with references to Swift’s music. Posting a picture on X, formerly Twitter, TfL wrote: “And by the way, I’m going out tonight. Introducing Tube Map (Taylor’s Version)”.