Dua Lipa Flaunts Bold Attire as She Reunites with Pal Troye Sivan at Perth’s Nudist Beach before Last Australia Show

Dua Lipa ensured all eyes were on her as she stepped out in Perth on Tuesday ahead of the final show of her Australian tour.

The British singer, 27, was seen at Swanbourne Beach, which coincidentally is a ɴuᴅᴇ-friendly beach, where she met with fellow pop star Troye Sivan, who grew up in the city.

Dua arrived just before 5pm for an early dinner at the Shorehouse Bar, which overlooks the beach.

After food and drinks, Dua, who was flanked by two large security guards, met up with Troye and the two musicians shared a warm hug.

They were soon joined by other friends and watched the sunset together at a nearby bench.

Dua, known for her hit songs Levitating, One Kiss and Don’t Start Now, showed off her incredible figure in a multi-coloured, see-through ensemble by Jean Paul Gaultier’s new Cyber collection.

Her racy outfit comprised a long-sleeved polka-dot top and matching flared pants.

The three-time Grammy Award winner accessorised with black sunglᴀsses, which she propped on her forehead, and wore her long, dark hair loosely.

She was later seen laughing and chatting with fans and kindly agreed to take pH๏τos

Troye, also 27, cut a casual figure in an orange-and-white-striped shirt and black Moschino boardshorts.

He shielded his face from the sun with a pair of thick black shades and a white cap.

The sighting comes ahead of Dua’s final show in Perth on Wednesday night, which marks the end of the Australian leg of her Future Nostalgia tour.

The New Rules singer recently addressed speculation she will be performing at the World Cup opening ceremony next week in Qatar.

She took to Instagram to rubbish the rumours and hit out at Qatar over its appalling human rights record.

‘There is a lot of speculation that I will be performing at the opening ceremony of the World Cup in Qatar,’ she wrote.

‘I will not be performing and nor have I ever been involved in any negotiation to perform.

‘I will be cheering England on from afar and I look forward to visiting Qatar when it has fulfilled all the human rights pledges it made when it won the right to host the World Cup.’

She signed off: ‘One love, Dua x.’

It comes just one week before the Qatar World Cup, with the Arab state facing growing criticism over its treatment of women, migrant workers and LGBT people.

Primary concern is the contractual conditions for hundreds of thousands of migrant workers employed to turn the tiny emirate into a region capable of hosting football’s biggest tournament.

It is yet to be seen how much time World Cup broadcasters will spend highlighting the allegations against the Qatari government, which include 2013 claims by The Guardian that workers were denied food, water, and were stripped of their pᴀssports.

Some allege they were not paid, or if they were, the payments were minimal and long overdue. A 2019 Daily Mirror investigation found that 28,000 workers were paid roughly $1 an hour over a 48-hour week.

Robbie Williams was recently unveiled as one of the music acts set to play at the Qatar Live concerts during a press conference in Doha.

Meanwhile, David Beckham agreed a £10million deal to become an ambᴀssador for the country over a decade, which has resulted in him being the face of the World Cup 2022.