By Haley Lerner

In celebrity couple news, Taylor Swift and boyfriend Joe Alwyn celebrated the Fourth of July together this year on a celebrity vacation in Turks and Caicos. Instead of hosting her usual holiday party in Rhode Island, Swift opted for a private getaway with her beau. According to, the couple was spotted strolling along the beach shore hand in hand and swimming together in the blue ocean water. An eyewitness said the lovebirds “were very quiet and low-key their entire stay. It was just the two of them; they were always together.” The eyewitness also added, “They were sweet and clearly in love. They went snorkeling daily and loved looking for fish in the sea; they put on fins and snorkel masks and made funny faces.” Soon after the romantic vacation, Swift picked up her “Reputation” tour in Ohio on July 7.

This celebrity couple is enjoying a rejuvenating getaway together. What are some ways a getaway can help you bond as a couple?

Cupid’s Advice:

Sometimes, all you and your partner need is a good vacation. Cupid has some reasons why a romantic vacation can help you and your partner bond:

1. Alone time: Do you and your partner never seem to get any time alone? A getaway is the perfection answer to this problem. Going on vacation with your beau will give you two time to get closer without the interruptions of family, friends and coworkers.

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2. Romantic atmosphere: Going on vacation to a beautiful island or city sets the perfect tone for you and your partner to heat up the passion. The naturally romantic atmosphere will help rejuvenate the love and infatuation you have for your partner.

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3. Make new memories: A romantic getaway will provide you and your beau with plenty of new memories to reflect on for years to come. Fun adventures and excursions you two do together will be something you can always look back on and bond over together.

Have any more reasons why a vacation can help you and your partner bond? Comment below!