Taylor Swift reunited with former girl squad member Cara Delevingne over the weekend, partying until the early hours of the morning at Jack Antonoff’s wedding.
The pair – who attended the music producer’s nuptials to Margaret Qualley on Long Beach Island, NJ, Saturday night – were seen getting into Swift’s SUV around 1:20 a.m.
They spent three hours inside the nightclub section of Jersey Shore hot spot Bird and Betty’s, where they danced and watched the newlyweds cut the wedding cake.
Although hundreds of revelers danced upstairs on the bar’s outdoor patio, the door connecting the general public to the star-studded wedding celebration was patrolled by multiple security guards.
Swift, 33, was seen chatting with Channing Tatum and Zoë Kravitz while walking to the reception — with a wine glass in hand — after Antonoff and Qualley said “I do.”
She stunned in a light blue midi dress with an elegant lace overlay and ruffled accents.
The “Anti-Hero” singer completed the look with towering stiletto pumps and her blonde tresses swept neatly behind her ears.
Other guests in attendance included singer Lana Del Rey, Qualley’s mom, actress Andie McDowell, “Real Housewives of New York” star Jenna Lyons and The 1975 drummer George Daniel.
Delevingne, who has been keeping a low-profile since going sober last year, cut a chic figure at the wedding in a black waistcoat and matching black trousers, styling her dark blond hair in a bob.
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She and Swift became fast friends after meeting at the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show in 2013 and were seen hanging out on several occasions for the next two years.
The British model, 31, even made an appearance in Swift’s “Bad Blood” music video, and walked the red carpet at the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards with the “Love Story” singer.
However, fans noticed in 2017 that Delevingne wasn’t name-checked on Swift’s “squad shirt” in the “Look What You Made Me Do” music video.
Despite rumors the duo had drifted, Swift gave a rare quote to Variety about her pal for the outlet’s June 2020 cover story.
“Cara is extreme, eccentric, hilarious, loving and deeply loyal,” the Grammy winner said in an email to the publication.
Most recently, Delevingne supported Swift at the opening night of her Eras Tour stop in Arizona.
Menwhile, Swift and Antonoff, who met in 2012, have collaborated on multiple albums together, including her 2022 release, “Midnights.”