Beyonce and Jay Z appeared out of lockdown for an uncommon romantic dinner to observe Valentine’s Day.

The distinguished lovebirds went on leisure for their nurturing obligations to their three kids: Blue Ivy, nine just as three-year-old twins Sir Carter and Rumi for an extraordinary sweetheart evening.

Love was noticeable all around when the couple had a calm supper out in Santa Monica, California on Sunday.

Dressed like the mega super star that she is, Crazy In Love hitmaker Beyonce Knowles said something by wearing every single red adornment.

The artist had red shades, purse and heels all to coordinate.

A course of twists skiped off her figure as she swaggered out in her heels.

Her figure seemed graceful in her high rise heels when she made her classy exit from the café.

Jay-Z was hot behind her, dressed all in dark.

Accurate Gist Beyonce Looks Stunning With Jay Z on Valentine's Day Dinner

Accurate Gist Beyonce Looks Stunning With Jay Z on Valentine's Day Dinner

They were hitched in 2008 and never have they looked back.

However, their incredible passionate love tale goes right back to when their ways previously crossed back then in the early 2000s.

As of late, the sovereign diva of music shed some uncommon light on her day to day life.

The artist revealed what it is truly like to bring up three kiddies during the pandemic.

In fact Beyonce uncovered she become a better listener since she invited her three kids into the world.

She disclosed to British VOGUE magazine in November that she has improved as a better listener. She added that although Blue is sharp, yet it is her function as a parent to put forth a valiant effort to protect her reality as sure and as can be for an eight year old.

“I have become a better listener. Blue is very smart, and she is aware that there is a shift, but it is my job as a parent to do my best to keep her world as positive and safe as can be for an eight year old.

“My best advice is to love them harder than ever. I let my children know that they are never too young to contribute to changing the world.”