They're one of the most famous couples in the world, and like to enjoy the finer things in life on occasion.
But even when dining at a top restaurant, David and Victoria Beckham are clearly too cool for school, as shown when they stepped out for a lunch date at Nobu in Malibu on Monday.
The long-term twosome looked casual yet still stylish as they arrived at the popular sushi restaurant for their daytime date, a rare outing with just the two of them, none of their four children in tow.
With the denim rucked up and rolled up at the ankles, her flat flip-flop sandals smacking the tarmac as she made her entrance, showing that she has well and truly given up wearing her iconic towering heels at all times.
Completing her laid back, understated ensemble, the former Spice Girl sported a loose-fitting silky black camisole, showing off her lithe arms and a hint of her cleavage.
The brunette wore her long tresses loose and straight, falling over her bare shoulders, and she kept the beating sunshine out of her eyes with a white wide-brimmed fedora on her head.
As ever, Victoria donned a pair of tinted shades to hide her face and protect her eyes, keeping her gaze fixed on the ground as she emerged from her car with her husband to head into the celebrity hotspot.
David, meanwhile, looked just as blasé as his wife for their outing, the handsome retired footballer teaming dark jeans with a cosy navy sweater.
Like his lady, the 40-year-old covered up in a hat, but a backwards baseball cap, and finished off his effortless attire with black shades.
Thanks to his very covered-up approach, the former England player obscured from view his brand new ankle tattoo, revealed on his Instagram page last week.
After they dined at Nobu, the couple were seen emerging quietly from the venue before hopping into their lavish Bentley convertible.
David got behind the wheel of the slick ride as they pulled out of the parking lot to perhaps head back to their Los Angeles home, where they live half of the time with their children: they also have a base in London.