Taylor Swift has visited sick kids at a children hospital in Australia while boyfriend Tom Hiddleston was spotted jogging alone at the Broadbeach on Aussie’s Gold Coast.
The couple took a time apart after spending a vacation Suffolk with Hiddleston’s mom and celebrating 4th of July together recently. The 35-year-old actor is currently filming Thor: Ragnarok in Australia.
The Shake It Off singer recently visited the children at South Brisbane’s Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital and took some pictures with them. Hiddleston was not around when Swift visited the hospital.
Childrens Health Queensland tweeted and thanked the pop star for the surprise visit. Some of the children in the hospital also took to social media to share their photos with Swift, ABC reported.
Bella Harry posted on Instagram a video of her meeting with the 1989 hitmaker. In the video, Bella is pictured with a Shake It Off pillow which was signed by the 26-year-old singer/songwriter.
Naomi Tolley said the experience was an “ultimate dream” come true for her daughter.
Meanwhile, Forbes named Taylor Swift as the World’s Top-Earning Celebrity this year.
Swift’s income reached $170 million over the past year, landing her at the top spot of the 2016 FORBES Celebrity 100 list.
Majority of Swift’s big earnings came from her 1989 World Tour. She broke the Rolling Stones’ North American touring record and grossed $200 million in North American, Forbes noted. She also earned a lot from her brand endorsement including that of Diet Coke, Keds and Apple.
Number two in the top 10 biggest earning celebrities lists is One Direction with $110 million. The band was followed by author James Patterson with $93 million; Dr. Phil McGraw at No. 4 with $88 million; and at No. 5 was Portuguese soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo with $88 million. The rest of the top 10 are: actor-comedian Kevin Hart with $87.5 million; Howard Stern ($85 million); Argentine soccer star Lionel Messi ($81.5 million); singer Adele at No. 9 with $80.5 million; and radio host Rush Limbaugh with $79 million.