She’s been laying low since canceling the final 10 dates of her Joanne World Tour last month due to her chronic condition fibromyalgia.
But Lady Gaga is making the most of her enforced rest by spending time with her talent agent and fiance Christian Carino.
The 31-year-old Grammy winner and her 48-year-old beau were snapped snuggling up together on the beach at Malibu on Sunday before sharing a sweet kiss in her vintage convertible.
The cute couple wore hats for their outing with Gaga in a brown fedora with black band and Christian in a gray pork pie hat. Gaga was in the driving seat as they picked up supplies at a grocery store before enjoying coffee to go on the sand.
The pair, who are believed to have secretly gotten engaged last summer, couldn’t keep their hands off each other and puckered up as they sat in the front seats of the musician’s classic car.
Gaga – real name Stefani Germanotta – was dressed for her casual Sunday in a vintage Iron Maiden singlet.
She paired the top with black skintight leggings and a pair of reflective shades. Christian was also dressed down in black sweatpants and a baggy blue shirt along with Nike trainers and sunglasses. The couple were accompanied by a blonde female friend as they ran their errands.
The trio chatted away on the sand with their pal checking her phone a lot.
Earlier this month, a source told UsWeekly that the singer and songwriter continues to seek treatment for the chronic pain she suffers from fibromyalgia.
‘She’s been trying everything to rid herself of pain,’ the insider told the publication. ‘It’s a very slow road to her getting better.
UsWeekly claimed Gaga is turning to acupuncture and reiki, a Japanese technique for stress reduction and relaxation that also promotes healing.
She’s no doubt keeping her fingers crossed that her recovery will go well as she’s slated to begin a Las Vegas residency later this year at the MGM Park Theater.
Variety reported she will perform 74 dates with the possibility of a longer run in a deal potentially valued at nearly $100 million.