PICTURE EXCLUSIVE: Dua Lipa shows off her toned abs in a bikini and shorts as she and Anwar Hadid spend her 25th birthday at the beach in Malibu with friends and their new puppy
They’ve been spending the weekend together celebrating her 25th birthday.
And on Sunday, Dua Lipa and Anwar Hadid, 21, spent her big day at the beach in Malibu with friends and their new puppy, named Dexter.
The singer showed off her toned abs in a bikini and board shorts as the couple strolled along the white sand hand-in-hand while walking their pet pooch.
Cute! On Sunday, Dua Lipa and Anwar Hadid, 21, spent her big day at the beach in Malibu with friends and their new puppy, named Dexter
The singer went make-up free for their outsing, wearing her raven tresses in a sleek top knot.
On Saturday, her beau was seen out in Malibu with the couple’s new puppy Dexter.
He cut a casual figure in a navy hoodie which showed off his chest and brown chinos as he headed into a store.
The couple looked smitten as they went surfing and boogie boarding together in Malibu, California, on Friday.
Wow! The singer showed off her toned abs in a bikini and board shorts as the couple strolled along the white sand hand-in-hand while walking their pet pooch
The songstress upped sticks and travelled across the pond to Los Angeles to be closer to California native Anwar.
It was claimed the London-born artist has moved into a lavish property in Beverly Hills near to Anwar’s family, despite the fact that her inner circle are all based in the UK.
A source told the publication: ‘It was difficult to get to the US in the first place and she knows it’s not going to be easy going back and forth because she would have to quarantine for weeks on end.
‘But she knows plenty of people in Los Angeles, as does Anwar, who has lived there in the past, so she’s feeling optimistic.
‘Being in the US right now is great for pushing her career there too, especially with new music coming out.
‘Dua’s making their new place nice and homely and she has just got a puppy called Dexter with Anwar because they see their future in LA.’
MailOnline contacted representatives for Dua and Anwar for comment at the time.