Taylor Swift Confirms Baby Voice On 'Gorgeous' Is Blake Lively's Daughter James

The 27-year-old has finally revealed that the two-year-old on her new track is that of celebrity royalty.

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The day is finally here!

This morning, Taylor Swift released her long-anticipated sixth studio album Reputation, sparking off a furore of debate among her fans about her new music, the vast majority of it ridiculously positive.

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But the one question on everyone's lips still remains - who exactly is the child speaking at the beginning of the 27-year-old's single 'Gorgeous'?

After all, it was only last month that Swifties took to social media with speculations that the child in question was Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds' eldest daughter, James.

Well, we - or rather, Taylor - can confirm that the little girl's voice does, in fact, belong to that of James.

Following weeks of speculation, it was confirmed in Reputation's album booklet: 'Baby intro voice by James Reynolds.'

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Super fans previously noted that both Reynolds and Lively 'liked' Swift's Instagram post previewing the song featuring their two-year-old's voice last month.

One of Swift's fans with the Twitter handle @jessxtn, met Taylor at one of her secret sessions last month - where it's rumoured she let slip on who the baby was on the track - and posted an explanation of how James ended up in Taylor's album.

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Taylor and Blake first struck up a friendship following a girl's day out at a Queensland theme park in Australia in 2015, before the former Gossip Girl actress was spotted with her husband, Reynolds, at the singer's Fourth Of July party in Rhode Island last summer.

Swift also cemented their friendship by featuring their names in her 'Look What You Made Me Do' music video.

In 'Gorgeous,' the third song off her album, Swift sings about her relationship with boyfriend, British actor Joe Alwyn.

Finally, some clarity.

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