Taylor Swift’s ‘Shake It Off’ Played by Royal Guards Outside Buckingham Palace: Watch!

The performance came ahead of Swift's upcoming shows in London's Wembley Stadium

<p>James Devaney/GC Images; YUI MOK/POOL/AFP via Getty Images</p> Taylor Swift (left); The Royal Guard

James Devaney/GC Images; YUI MOK/POOL/AFP via Getty Images

Taylor Swift (left); The Royal Guard

The Royal Guard is shaking it up!

The Royal Family shared a video on Instagram of the royal guard playing Taylor Swift’s hit song “Shake It Off” in front of Buckingham Palace on Friday, June 21, ahead of her first round of London concerts this weekend!

In the post, the royal guard could be seen in a half-circle formation playing various instruments including flutes and trumpets. A conductor, with a sword attached at his hip and a guard hat with a red feather, could be seen moving his arms as he led the band in the middle.

The video showed the song played from the top of the second verse into the chorus. Bystanders could be heard bustling around in the background as additional members of the royal guard stood in lines closer to the palace.

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“Can’t stop, won’t stop groovin’🫡🥁🎺,” the royal family captioned the post.

This comes as the Grammy-winner is scheduled to perform at London's Wembley Stadium this weekend. The city, where she once lived when dating former beau Joe Alwyn, is referenced in several songs on her discography including, “So Long, London,” “London Boy,” “Come Back…Be Here” and “The Black Dog.”

Swift, who performed earlier this week in Cardiff, Wales, hyped up her next performances on social media writing, “Next up: our weekend at Wembley!!” Swift closed her Instagram post. “See you tomorrow London! 🇬🇧 🤍”

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<p>Shirlaine Forrest/TAS24/Getty</p> Taylor Swift performing on June 18, 2024, in Cardiff, Wales

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Taylor Swift performing on June 18, 2024, in Cardiff, Wales

During her Wales concert on June 18, the singer shared a special message to fans in the city, writing: “Cardiff!! My first time playing in Wales and that was truly out of control in the best way - looking out into that massive, bouncing, dancing sea of people. I’ll never forget it. I’m absolutely living for these UK crowds.”

During the show’s acoustic set, Swift treated fans to a unique combination of songs including a guitar medley of “I Forgot That You Existed” and Reputation’s “This Is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things.”

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She concluded the set by debuting a The Tortured Poets Department bonus track, “I Hate It Here,” introducing the song by saying, “This is a song I’ve never played live before. Wish me luck!”

The “Fortnight” singer mashed up the song with Folklore’s “The Lakes,” which has several U.K. references, including the Lake District of England, not far from the location of her concert, as well as the famed 19th-century English poet William Wordsworth.

Swift's European leg continues through Aug. 20. Then, she is scheduled to head back to North America for a string of shows in the United States and Canada, wrapping up the tour on Dec. 8 at BC Place in Vancouver.

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