Dua Lipa been enjoying some extended time with her American boyfriend Anwar Hadid in her native UK as they navigate the COVID-19 lockdown together.
And Dua Lipa, 24, appeared to have introduced her 20-year-old beau to everyday life in the English capital, as he was spotted emerging from their rented north London home to put the bin bags out on Tuesday afternoon.
The Los Angeles native, younger brother of models Gigi and Bella Hadid, was seen donning a pair of maroon Vans shoes with an olive hoodie and black jogging bottoms as he packed their household refuse into a large outdoor bin.
Meanwhile, New Rules singer Dua looked casually cool as she stepped out to run errands in a baggy striped T-shirt, which she teamed with carrot cut faded jeans and a black baseball cap.
Appearing to go makeup-free for her excursion, the chart-topping beauty was seen stepping into her black car, returning home shortly afterwards. Despite the UK being under lockdown for several weeks, the brunette star has been making the most of her downtime with her boyfriend.
Late last week, Dua and Anwar attended a family barbecue to celebrate her sister Rina’s 19th birthday. Dua took to Instagram to share a series of snaps from the celebration, which showed herself and Anwar mingling with her family at their home.
The pictures included Dua posing with her lookalike sister as she sported her newly-dyed red locks, indicating that the pictures were taken very recently. Another image showed Dua smiling in between her mother and younger brother, while the star shared other pictures of her family larking around in the garden.
A further snap showed Dua and Californian beau Anwar blowing on a dandelion. While others saw birthday Rina blow out the candles on her huge chocolate cake.
In a recent address to the nation, Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced Brits can visit a grandparent, a girlfriend or a boyfriend from outside their household if they sit two metres apart and remain outdoors. The social distancing rule states people, excluding those who live together, should stay 2m (6ft 6in) apart from other people in a bid to tackle the deadly virus.