Taylor Swift is joined at Zero Bond in New York City by Miles Teller and Keleigh Sperry

The ‘Top Gun: Maverick’ actor and his spouse were seen dining with the Grammy winner ahead of her 34th birthday.

This season, Taylor Swift is getting intimate.

In preparation for her 34th birthday celebration on Wednesday, the 33-year-old 12-time Grammy winner was photographed in New York City on Tuesday night sporting a laid-back, comfortable ensemble.

Miles Teller and his wife Keleigh Sperry joined Swift on the most recent adventure, which included dinner at Zero Bond in Manhattan.

Swift dressed warmly for the evening, showing off her black ensemble at the bottom of her tan leather trench coat. Her little black baguette purse with gold hardware completed the ensemble. Her platform loafer boots with a hefty gold chain on the toe matched her gold necklaces and the black and gold accessories.

The singer of Evermore finished off her laid-back style with her trademark red lip, a loose updo, and a golden smoky eye.

Teller, 36, was spotted wearing light gray pants and a navy blue, gray, and white flannel while Swift was wearing a bulky coat. Sperry, 31, complemented her look with a Chanel pocketbook and matched her outfit with her spouse, donning a small plaid skirt and a dark navy blue wool coat.

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Several people have speculated that the singer’s new boyfriend, Travis Kelce, was set up by the couple before to the trio’s performing.

In May 2023, Teller and Sperry went to Swift’s Eras Tour in New Jersey, where they met football player Aaron Rodgers. Teller and Sperry previously costarred in Swift’s “I Bet You Think About Me” music video.

Ahead of the 2022 American Century Championship, Kelce, 34, went to golf with Teller and Patrick Mahomes, the QB for the Chiefs.

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