Dua Lipa puts on a loved-up display with her boyfriend Anwar Hadid as they enjoy a night out in LA


They have been an item for two years after first getting together in June 2019. 

And Dua Lipa and her boyfriend Anwar Hadid attended musician Nick Holiday’s birthday party at The Nice Guy restaraunt in West Hollywood on Wednesday.

The singer, 25, put on a loved-up display with her partner, 21, as they held hands while leaving the star-studded bash before leaving in their car.

Romance: The singer, 25, put on a loved-up display with her partner, 21, as they held hands while leaving the star-studded bash before leaving in their car

Couple: Dua Lipa and her boyfriend Anwar Hadid attended musician Nick Holiday’s birthday party at The Nice Guy restaraunt in West Hollywood on Wednesday

Dua embraced Western vibes with her ensemble, slipping into a lace-up bustier top and baggy blue jeans.

Letting her brunette locks fall loose down her shoulders, the hitmaker added to her outfit with a gold necklace and matching earrings. 

Dua accentuated her natural beauty by going makeup free for the evening while chunky white sneakers and a tiny Burberry purse tied things together. 

Anwar, who is the brother of models Gigi and Bella Hadid, opted for a laid back look for the evening, sporting a black T-shirt and matching tracksuit bottoms.  

Talking about her romance with Anwar to Rolling Stone magzine, the star said: ‘I’m very comfortable in the relationship, more so than any others.’

Dua also discussed how the couple spent part of 2020 isolating on Anwar’s family farm in Pennsylvania.

The singer admitted that she loved the quiet pace of life and also used the opportunity to improve her horse riding skills.

She said: ‘Wake up around 9:00, 9:30, shower, get dressed, have a bit of breakfast, take the dog out on a really nice long walk, maybe do some yoga, make some lunch, hang out, watch a movie, play with the animals.’

Casual: Anwar, who is the brother of models Gigi and Bella Hadid, opted for a laid back look for the evening, sporting a black T-shirt and matching tracksuit bottoms

Casual: Anwar, who is the brother of models Gigi and Bella Hadid, opted for a laid back look for the evening, sporting a black T-shirt and matching tracksuit bottoms

Love life: Talking about her romance with Anwar to Rolling Stone magzine, the star said: 'I'm very comfortable in the relationship, more so than any others'

Lockdown: The couple spent part of 2020 isolating on Anwar's family farm in Pennsylvania

Love life: Talking about her romance with Anwar to Rolling Stone magzine, the star said: ‘I’m very comfortable in the relationship, more so than any others’

Relaxed: The singer admitted that she loved the quiet pace of life and also used the opportunity to improve her horse riding skills

Relaxed: The singer admitted that she loved the quiet pace of life and also used the opportunity to improve her horse riding skills

She said: 'Wake up around 9:00, 9:30, shower, get dressed, have a bit of breakfast, take the dog out on a really nice long walk, maybe do some yoga, make some lunch, hang out, watch a movie, play with the animals'

She said: ‘Wake up around 9:00, 9:30, shower, get dressed, have a bit of breakfast, take the dog out on a really nice long walk, maybe do some yoga, make some lunch, hang out, watch a movie, play with the animals’

The One Kiss hitmaker also spoke about boyfriend Anwar in a recent issues of British Vogue, saying that she tries to balance ‘being so excited and in love’, while keeping their romance private.

Dua told the magazine of posting their relationship on Instagram: ‘We have all these incredible memories and experiences, and if there’s something that we want to share together, then OK that’s fun.’

She added: ‘But at the same time, we’re quite private – we’ll only show you as much as we want you to see.

‘It’s a little bit of give and take, trying to find the right balance of being so excited and being in love, and wanting to share that with the people around me, but at the same time not wanting to put too much out there.’

Pals: Dua was also joined at the event by a female friend earlier in the evening

Pals: Dua was also joined at the event by a female friend earlier in the evening

Skills: Dua's outing comes after she thanked her critics for the 'online abuse' they gave her over her dancing and stage presence as she admitted it made her 'get better'

High road: The Grammy-winning singer, who recently celebrated four years since her debut album, took to Instagram Stories to thank both her fans and haters

Skills: Dua’s outing comes after she thanked her critics for the ‘online abuse’ they gave her over her dancing and stage presence as she admitted it made her ‘get better’

Dua’s outing comes after she thanked her critics for the ‘online abuse’ they gave her over her dancing and stage presence as she admitted it made her ‘get better’.

The Grammy-winning singer, who recently celebrated four years since her debut album, took to Instagram Stories to thank both her fans and haters.

The superstar said ‘getting bullied online made her want to dance her a*** off’, as she reacted to the negative comments about her early performances.

As Dua rose to mainstream consciousness, she was plagued with comments from cruel trolls who said she had ‘tragic’ dancing skills, and ‘dodgy’ live performances.

Trolls: The superstar said 'getting bullied online made her want to dance her a*** off', as she reacted to the negative comments about her early performances

Trolls: The superstar said ‘getting bullied online made her want to dance her a*** off’, as she reacted to the negative comments about her early performances 

Hurtful: As Dua rose to mainstream consciousness, she was plagued with comments from cruel trolls who said she had 'tragic' dancing skills, and 'dodgy' live performances

She said: 'Touring for like three years, getting bullied online, which made me want to dance my a**e off, and just really get better, so thank you so much'

Hurtful: As Dua rose to mainstream consciousness, she was plagued with comments from cruel trolls who said she had ‘tragic’ dancing skills, and ‘dodgy’ live performances

Talking last month, Dua said: ‘Just wanted to say a massive thank you to everyone who has been listening to my music from the very beginning.

‘It’s been four years since my debut album and I’m so grateful for all the incredible opportunities and amazing people I’ve met and incredible lessons I’ve learned.

‘Touring for like three years, getting bullied online, which made me want to dance my a**e off, and just really get better, so thank you so much.

‘For all things good and bad – for helping me grow. I’m forever grateful, and I’m excited for you guys to see what we’ve got coming up next.’

Busy bee! She scooped the accolade for Female Solo Artist and the Mastercard British Album of the Year Award for her lockdown hit Future Nostalgia at the 2021 BRITs last month (pictured)

Busy bee! She scooped the accolade for Female Solo Artist and the Mastercard British Album of the Year Award for her lockdown hit Future Nostalgia at the 2021 BRITs last month (pictured)



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