Taylor Swift & Paul McCartney Show Support for Each Other's New Albums in an Adorable Way

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Taylor Swift walks across Main Street during the 2020 Sundance Film Festival on Jan. 23, 2020 in Park City, Utah.

Paul McCartney and Taylor Swift coordinated the release dates for their new albums to avoid overlap, and now they've offered fans another glimpse at their sweet friendship.

"Congratulations to my friend @TaylorSwift13 (and her boots) on her wonderful ‘#evermore’ album charting at #1 in the UK this week and no doubt US on Sunday," the Beatles legend tweeted on Saturday (Dec. 19), predicting a good week for Swift. He shared a clip of himself helping Swift pull off one of her boots, captured by daughter Mary McCartney.

"Everyone stream/buy McCartney III because it’s excellent but also because Paul is the kind of friend who steps in to help you when your boot is stuck," Swift replied later in the day. "If not for him, it would still be on there."

McCartney and Paul recently appeared on the cover of Rolling Stone, which featured an interview between the two musicians in which they bonded over writing music, favorite words, working on albums at home and keeping busy during the pandemic lockdown.

Check out the cute visual the pair shared on Saturday, and their tweets, below.

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