Beyonce and Jay Z continued to put on a united front on Tuesday as they enjoyed a date night in New York - in light of her recent album Lemonade's theme of infidelity.
The 34-year-old singer was beaming ear-to-ear as she spent a night off from her world tour indulging in a leisurely three hour dinner with her husband of eight years.
The power couple headed out shortly after the rapper's latest track dropped online, in which he finally made reference to Beyonce's new album and its shocking accusations.
Beyonce looked as though she did not have a care in the world as she went summery in a floral maxi dress which showed off her cleavage and she wore her lightened locks in a neat bun.
The mother of Blue Ivy added complementary red accessories, including peep-toe heels and some bold berry lipstick - exuding sunny glamour for her night out.
A stylish leather jacket hung casually on her shoulders as she followed her husband into a waiting car after their visit to Del Posto Italian restaurant.
Jay, 46, kept it casual in a black slogan t-shirt and jeans while covering his head in a baseball cap - looking unfazed by the final delivery of his response to the shock record.
Beyonce's latest album offering, alludes to the 99 Problems rapper cheating on her and her struggle to keep their marriage together.
The lyrics spurred countless discussions in the media about the identity of 'Becky with the good hair,' and both Rita Ora and Rachel Roy were forced to deny being Jay's alleged other woman.
The couple have so far refused to comment on any relationship issues until the drop of a recently released remix of Fat Joe's track All The Way Up, in which Jay mentions Lemonade as well as his marriage as he raps on the track.
He says: 'You know you made it when the fact/Your marriage made it is worth millions/Lemonade is a popular drink and it still is survival of the littlest.'
The couple married in 2008 and have four-year-old daughter Blue Ivy together, yet their union was called into question upon the release of the singer's hour-long visual album in which she hinted her spouse had been cheating on her with 'Becky'.
At the end of the story telling album the couple, who have frequently been rocked with affair allegations, have seemingly patched up their differences and prepared to give their marriage another go though the track, All Night.
With accusations of a publicity stunt in the height of Beyonce's world tour, it was thought the couple would address the issues - yet insiders blast the idea.
A source told Page Six recently: "Jay and Beyoncé were never going to do an interview to address all the questions that came up after 'Lemonade.' It's more their style to respond through music."