The pop sensation kicked off the longest leg of her hit “Eras Tour” with eight shows scheduled in London’s Wembley Stadium.

Taylor Swift began her first of eight “Eras Tour” shows in London on Friday night, and the city is buzzing with excitement.

The royal family’s official X account posted a video of the British Army performing Swift’s “Shake It Off” during the June 21 Changing the Guard at Buckingham Palace, captioning it with “Can’t stop, won’t stop groovin’.”

The London Zoo celebrated Swift’s arrival on Instagram with throwback photos from her 2012 visit. The zoo offered Swifties with “Eras Tour” tickets a 25% discount on walk-up day tickets from June 21-30 and invited Swift to visit again.

Swift, 34, had also visited the Sydney Zoo with boyfriend Travis Kelce during her Australian tour, sharing her enthusiasm for red pandas and kangaroos.

She is scheduled to perform at London’s Wembley Stadium, with a 90,000-person capacity, in June and August. Recently, Swift wrapped up shows in Cardiff, Liverpool, and Edinburgh.

During her 100th “Eras Tour” performance in Liverpool, Swift confirmed that the tour would conclude in December.