That’s what best friends are for…
Taylor Swift may be having one of the most record-breaking weeks of her career, but that doesn’t mean she can’t take time to be a bridesmaid at her childhood best friend Abigail Anderson‘s wedding on Martha’s Vineyard on Saturday.
But the 10-time Grammy didn’t just show up for the nuptials, the A-lister, who appears to be playing a vital role in the wedding, got the honor of holding her bestie’s elaborate wedding dress as the blushing bride entered the Old Whaling Church in Edgartown!
Wearing a burgundy-colored floor-length gown, Taylor was spotted lifting up the back of the gown as her friend walked into the church.
An eyewitness tells E! News that Taylor went in the church around 4:12 p.m. and that the service was over in 20 minutes. The “Look What You Made Me Do” was dressed in the same color dress as the bridesmaids and flower girls, however, the singer’s dress was a different style than the other bridesmaids.
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Before there was fame or fortune or infamy, there was Abigail—who is basically her OG squad member. Abigail and Tay have been inseparable from since they met, the first day of high school—so it’s not surprise the 27-year-old would be right by her ride-or-die pal’s side on her big day.
On June 28, 2016, Abigail took to Instagram to announce that she got engaged to her photographer beau Matt Lucier.
“Tonight I answered the easiest question I’ve ever been asked. Without any doubt and without fear I am so excited for this next chapter in our lives @mattthephotographer,” the newly engaged lady wrote, “Thank you to my family & all of my friends that went the extra mile to make sure this night was everything I’ve ever imagined. #HePutARingOnIt.”
A little over a year later, the twosome has made it official—with friends, family and a superstar by their side!
Of course, this isn’t the first time that the songstress has played an integral role in a pal’s wedding. The singer was the maid of honor at her childhood friend Brit Maack‘s wedding in Pennsylvania in February 2016.
—Reporting by Holly Passalaqua and Allie Rosenbloom