Fans believe Taylor Swift may have revealed Gigi Hadid and Zayn Malik's baby girl's name in new album Evermore

TAYLOR Swift has once again left fans wondering if she has revealed the name of Gigi Hadid and Zayn Malik's baby.

On new album Evermore, which she dropped at midnight on 11 December, track eight is named Dorothea, and the lyrics sing of a girl who moved to Hollywood.

But fans have been left convinced that it may also be the name of Gigi and Zayn's baby girl, after the model dropped her own hints.

Posting a throwback to her baby bump, Gigi captioned a picture: "August, waiting for my girl."

August is the eighth track of Taylor's eighth album Folklore, and track number eight on Evermore is Dorothea.

"Gigi Hadid’s baby is named Dorothea and you can’t convince me otherwise," tweeted one fan as others also jumped on the theory.





In Folklore, Taylor revealed the name of Blake Lively and Ryan Reynold's third child, Betty, after name-checking their older children Inez and James in the song also titled Betty.

In a YouTube chat before the release of the ninth album, Taylor also confirmed that she saw Dorothea going to the same school as Betty, James and Inez – and commented "you'll meet her soon."

Taylor's surprise ninth album – her second of 2020 – came two days before her 31st birthday.


She also released a music video for new single Willow – and sparked speculation she had wed longtime beau Joe Alwyn after appearing in what fans thought was a wedding gown.

Joe is a British actor who starred in Oscar winner The Favourite as well as critically-acclaimed The Sense of an Ending.

He and Taylor met in 2016 but after Taylor enjoyed high-profile romances with Harry Styles, Calvin Harris, and Tom Hiddleston, the pair chose to keep their relationship out of the limelight.

However, she has referenced Joe in many of her songs, including London Boy which documented how she now spends her time between the US and UK to be with her beau.

She also revealed that Joe had a hand in writing several of the songs on her critically acclaimed Folklore album, under the psedonym William Bowery.

 

 

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