Belfast Telegraph

Tuesday 29 July 2014

Beyonce and Jay Z party in London

Beyonce is performing a string of dates in London

Beyonce and Jay Z have enjoyed a couple of nights on the town as the singer's tour arrived in London.

The Single Ladies star took to the stage at the O2 on February 28 and her rapper husband made a surprise appearance at the Mrs Carter show, so they could sing their hit Drunk In Love together.

According to the Daily Star, the couple later celebrated with friends and their entourage at the capital's White Lyan pub, which is known for its unusual drinks.

A source said: "They weren't shy about trying something different. The oddest thing they drank was a cocktail made with chicken bones called the Bone Martini.

"We thought Beyonce would be more reserved when it comes to that kind of thing, but she was loving it."

Afterwards, Beyonce, 32, and Jay, 44, apparently snacked on bagels from an eatery in Brick Lane.

The following night the pair - who have a two-year-old daughter, Blue Ivy - apparently hit Mason house nightclub together, where they partied until the early hours.

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