The power couple took a break from their joint “On The Run II” tour to spend a night out in London ahead of their concert in Copenhagen. Queen B slayed with a mini black dress while her husband helped her get into their car, a week after they dropped an album out of nowhere.
Beyoncé looked stunning, as usual, on a date night with her husband Jay Z. The pair was having a break from their tour and returned to London after their concert in the Netherlands to spend a night at the arts-oriented members'-only club, The Arts Club, in the Mayfair neighborhood.
The 36-years-old singer wore a long-sleeve black velvet asymmetrical dress that put her toned thighs on display, and she completed the look with black strappy sandals with feather details, sunglasses, and her blonde locks tied up in a ponytail. Jay Z matched his wife with an all-black assemble wearing a trench coat over a hoodie, pants, sneakers and a baseball cap.
According to E! News, the couple arrived at the club at 8 PM and left through the back door at 3 AM, with the rapper guiding Bey to their car by holding her arm as she smiled down, avoiding the flashes.
The night out comes almost a week after the power couple released a surprise album, “Everything Is Love,” through Jay-Z's streaming site, Tidal. The nine-track LP has sparked a lot of speculations among fans, who believe there are a lot of references to the couple’s marriage and scandals in the lyrics of the songs.
Beyoncé and Jay Z are usually very private when it comes to their personal lives, but with their current tour, the couple has been giving fans a glimpse into their family life with intimate photos of them in bed, and homemade videos that are projected as an interlude in their concert.
Through the clips, the couple gave us a first look at their now 1-year-old twins Rumi and Sir, and we also found out they did a vow renewal in the presence of their kids, family, and friends.
The “On The Run II” tour will visit 15 European cities before arriving in North America on July 25 for the first of 21 dates.