By AMELIA PROUD
Good to have you home! Taylor Swift and her mother Andrea headed to California's In and Out burger for lunch after she returned home from her world tour
It just goes to show, you can be a multi-award winning music superstar and still miss your mummy.
That's certainly the case with Taylor Swift, who returned to LA today after ending a world tour in New Zealand.
The 22-year-old headed straight to her mother Andrea's side after landing in the Californian city.
Furniture shopping: It's not the most rock 'n' roll activity but Taylor was more focused on home comforts after returning to LA
With her guitar in hand, Swift was a vision of tea dress prettiness as she wandered through the airport upon her return.
The Mean singer wore a red flower patterned orange dress under a mustard color coat with flats, pearls and red lips.
She's looking forward to a rest after her gruelling tour.
But first she headed to California's famous burger chain, In and Out, with her mother to sate herself on a taste she's obviously been missing.
The burgers are only available in California itself, so Taylor no doubt missed them on her travels.
Vintage vamp: Taylor rocked an classic vibe as she arrived back to her adopted home city
They also headed to a rug shop, where they dropped an item off.
Just yesterday, she tweeted: 'Tonight we ended a 13 month tour. It was a beautiful trip around the world and I wouldn't trade those memories for anything. Thanks guys.'
She arrived back to her home this morning around 11am and immediately posted a picture of her cat on Twitter, writing: 'Oh my God. Just got home.'
The singer paid tribute to the country's All Blacks rugby team for her concert in Auckland by donning their trademark obsidian shirt.
Songstress: Taylor carried her guitar, and it worked as a natty companion to her outfit
And the star looked pleased as punch with the reaction her outfit received
But along with her tribute, the star still sported her more familiar ultra feminine full flouncy and sequinned skirt.
Bright red lipstick and wavy blonde hair completed the look as she performed at the city's Vector Arena.
However, her tribute didn't last the entire night - she later changed into an pretty white floaty dress and played the banjo during one number.