Sam and Billie Faiers get glammed up for a swish meal in London with their partners


The sisters Faiers were out and about on Monday night with their respective partners – the day lockdown rules allowed patrons to eat inside restaurants and enter bars in the UK.

Sam and Billie looked glam for the occasion, heading to Zuma in London‘s Kinghtsbridge for a swish dinner.

Sam was joined by partner Paul Knightley, whose 33rd birthday it was, while Billie was accompanied by husband Greg Shepherd.

Night out - at last! The sisters Faiers were out and about on Monday night with their respective partners - the day lockdown rules allowed patrons to eat inside restaurants and enter bars in the UK

Night out – at last! The sisters Faiers were out and about on Monday night with their respective partners – the day lockdown rules allowed patrons to eat inside restaurants and enter bars in the UK

The quartet – who have four children between them – enjoyed a night off from parenting as they headed out for the night.

Sam looked radiant in a turquoise semi-sheer blouse, loosely buttoned and work over skinny nude leather trousers.

She added nude peep-toe heels and carried a blue purse, matching her top, wearing her chestnut tresses loosely around her creamily made-up features.

Sister Billie wore a busty sheer chocolate-hued top tucked into high-waisted matching slacks, with heeled sandals.

Out and about: Sam looked glam for the occasion, heading to Zuma in London's Kinghtsbridge for a swish dinner. She was joined by partner Paul Knightley, whose 33rd birthday it was

Out and about: Sam looked glam for the occasion, heading to Zuma in London’s Kinghtsbridge for a swish dinner. She was joined by partner Paul Knightley, whose 33rd birthday it was

Date night: Billie was accompanied by husband Greg Shepherd

Date night: Billie was accompanied by husband Greg Shepherd

She added a taupe trench over her shoulders and wore her icy-blonde locks in slick lines around her bronzed features.

The boys rocked smart-casual attire, with Paul leading the way inside.

They were also joined by another couple – Paul’s brother Tony and and his partner Claudia Allen, the sister of ex-Love Islander Francesca Allen.

As well as embracing the new dining-in rules, the group seized the chance to hug one another, something people are now ‘allowed’ to do after May 17’s rule change. 

Triple date! They were also joined by Paul's brother Tony and and his partner Claudia Allen, and seized the chance to hug one another, something people are now 'allowed' to do

Triple date! They were also joined by Paul’s brother Tony and and his partner Claudia Allen, and seized the chance to hug one another, something people are now ‘allowed’ to do

It may not been the best of birthday’s for Paul after suffering backlash around his new children’s clothing range, which launched on Friday.

Angered fans were left irritated over the price of the items after the dad-of-two took to Instagram to launch My Little Darlin by sharing a picture of son Paul, five, and daughter Rosie, three, modelling the attire.

Gushing about the venture, he wrote: ‘We are live! @mylittledarlin after months of hard work and many obstacles along the way, we are finally here! I hope you guys love my designs.’

'I can't afford that!' Paul was slammed on Saturday for his 'overpriced' children's clothing line by fans (with one pair of pyjamas costing £30!)

‘I can’t afford that!’ Paul was slammed on Saturday for his ‘overpriced’ children’s clothing line by fans (with one pair of pyjamas costing £30!)

Sam shared her support for her other half, as she gushed: ‘So proud of you x x x’ 

However, many fans were left aghast by how expensive the items were, with one pair of pyjamas costing £30, while a singly babygro is going for £26. 

Some fans shared their displeasure directly with Paul, writing in the comments section how the clothing was not affordable.

Outfits: The dad-of-two, 32, took to Instagram to announce the launch of My Little Darlin by sharing a picture of son Paul, five, and daughter Rosie, three, modelling the attire

Outfits: The dad-of-two, 32, took to Instagram to announce the launch of My Little Darlin by sharing a picture of son Paul, five, and daughter Rosie, three, modelling the attire

Sweet: Gushing about the venture, he wrote: 'after months of hard work and many obstacles along the way, we are finally here!' and Sam said she was 'so proud' of him

Sweet: Gushing about the venture, he wrote: ‘after months of hard work and many obstacles along the way, we are finally here!’ and Sam said she was ‘so proud’ of him

One person admitted: ‘Beautiful designs. Unfortunately I can’t afford that for just one pair of PJ’s.’

While another said: ‘Gorgeous but the price is absolutely ridiculous! £30 for one set of pyjamas? What if you have 2-3 children that’s £90 for pyjamas.’

Another person slammed Paul by writing: ‘Stupid prices! £26 for a baby grow…. i’l be sticking with Billies range at asda thanks.’

Taking a more diplomatic approach one fan wrote they were ‘gorgeous designs but wow, far to expensive’, while another said: ‘Was excited for this but overpriced for one pair 30 pounds out grow them in a few weeks and I like to spend but not worth it lovely designs though x’

Criticism: Some fans shared their displeasure directly with Paul, writing in the comments section how the clothing was not affordable

Criticism: Some fans shared their displeasure directly with Paul, writing in the comments section how the clothing was not affordable

Other fans defended Sam and the price of his clothing, with one claiming the cost of production justifies the how expensive the items were.

In a lengthy comment, they wrote: ‘I think people are forgetting that these are probably U.K. based designs and made. This makes it more expensive. A lot of products are from another country. 

‘When getting and buying from U.K. is actually more expensive. There is a baby grow from a lovely lady I follow and she makes everything with such soft material. It’s around the same price.

‘Sadly craft work isn’t cheap. People moan about prices because its not what they pay, it’s what money it costs and the labour behind it unfortunately.

Support: Other fans defended Sam and the price of his clothing, with one claiming the cost of production justifies the how expensive the items were

Support: Other fans defended Sam and the price of his clothing, with one claiming the cost of production justifies the how expensive the items were

‘They are beautiful designs. I work in craft and people say my stuff is too expensive. But takes days of work.’

Another person gushed: ‘These look great! Can’t wait to see my little ones in them! Haters can shop at Primark.’

A few people also shared how much they enjoyed the designs, with one saying they ‘Love the prints’ and another claiming ‘Love the new designs’. 

MailOnline has contacted Sam and Paul’s representative for further comment. 



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