AS Taylor Swift mania sweeps through the UK with the singer on her international Eras World Tour, one Cumbrian organisation has celebrated the singer's love for the Lake District.

The Lake District National Park Authority have pulled together a social media post celebrating Taylor's love story with the Lakes - which first began when she visited Cumbria with Harry Styles in 2012, with the hit songstress later writing a song called 'The Lakes' on her 2020 album folklore.

In a post on social media, the Lake District National Park Authority said: "Taylor Swift has already encouraged audiences in Edinburgh to 'Shake It Off' as she now heads to Liverpool, but did you know that she was 'Enchanted' with the Lake District?

"She didn't have a 'Cruel Summer' when she started her 'Love Story' with our beautiful landscape and enjoyed the 'Midnight Rain' we are so famous for.

"Her experience here left her with a 'Lavender Haze' and 'Look What We Made Her Do' - write a song called 'The Lakes'!

"That's 'Karma'."