Almost one year after Joe Alwyn and Taylor Swift called it quits, the Conversations With Friends actor offered a glimpse into his new chapter through a series of photos on Instagram. Feb 19.

Joe Alwyn is starting a conversation.

The British actor returned to Instagram Feb. 19, posting a series of photos to his feed for the first time in five months. The roundup includes a shot of The Favourite star snapping a picture of himself in a mirror, a pic of Alwyn photobombing actor Brian Cox at a pre-BAFTA party, as well as pics of a casino, an ocean and an adorable throwback from his childhood.

Alwyn’s photo dump also featured a meme from the UK’s The Office, with Ricky Gervais’ character saying, “Different drinks for different needs.”

This new post from Alwyn, who will celebrate his 33rd birthday on Feb. 21, offers a rare glimpse into his latest chapter after his relationship with Taylor Swift came to an end in April 2023.

And although the Mary Queen of Scots actor has yet to publicly comment on his breakup from the “Lover” singer, their former relationship has made headlines in recent weeks.

In fact, when Swift announced her upcoming album The Tortured Poets Department at the 2024 Grammys Feb. 4, fans were quick to connect the title to Alwyn, who previously revealed he’s part of a WhatsApp group chat called “The Tortured Man Club.”

The tracklist for the Grammy winner’s 11th studio album, set for release April 19, even includes a song called “So Long, London”—an apparent nod to the time she spent in the city throughout her six-year relationship with Alwyn.

The title also offers a stark contrast to Swift’s 2019 track “London Boy,” which was inspired by Alwyn and written during her Lover era.

And the “Blank Space” singer might be reflecting on her past in The Tortured Poets Department, she’s moved on from her relationship with Alwyn.

Indeed, sparks have been flying between Swift and NFL star Travis Kelce since July, when he called her out for not letting him backstage at her Eras Tour.