Tom Hiddleston desperately trying to reconcile with Taylor Swift after GQ interview?

Tom Hiddleston gushed about Taylor Swift in GQ interview.

Tom Hiddleston and  Taylor Swift
Tom Hiddleston and Taylor Swift had split after three months of dating Reuters

Tom Hiddleston would like to date American singer/songwriter Taylor Swift again. The Bad Blood hitmaker and the 35-year-old actor had parted ways after three months of dating.

During an interview with GQ magazine, The Night Manager star described Swift as an amazing woman. He said: "Taylor is an amazing woman. She's generous and kind and lovely, and we had the best of time. Of course, it was real."

A source told Hollywood Life: "Tom enjoyed his relationship with Taylor and really spoke the truth in his recent interview about her. Good relationships take time to remain good, and he feels that if he had another chance, he would try much harder."

"Tom would never turn down another chance to date her, and that isn't out of the realm of possibility in his mind," the insider added.

"He didn't work hard enough to keep it going and didn't allow it to flourish the way that it could have," the source continued.

Reports that Swift and Hiddleston are dating started making rounds after The Sun released photos of the two walking hand-in-hand on a beach, said to be in Rhode Island. Adding on, the Blank Space singer can be seen kissing the actor as well.

In December 2015, during an interview with NME magazine, Harry Styles' former girlfriend said she feels the world is too interested in her personal life. She told the publication: "I'm in the news every single day for multiple different reasons. And it can feel, at times, if you let your anxiety get the better of you, like everybody's waiting for you to really mess up – and then you'll be done."

"A lot of the time I need to call my mom and talk for a really long time, just to remind myself of all the things that are great and all the things that matter. If you do something that defines your character to be not what the public thought you were, that's the biggest risk," Swift added.