Sam Smith was spotted looking glammed up in a leopard-print miniskirt as they headed out in Sydney with their boyfriend, Christian Cowan.
The 31-year-old singer, who identifies as non-binary and uses they/them pronouns, also opted for a baggy black t-shirt and accessorised with a silver necklace and hoop earrings.
The loved-up Stay with Me singer was photographed hand in hand with beau Christian, 27, as they walked down Sydney's famous Oxford Street.
The fashion designer opted for a more laid-back look, donning a white T-shirt, denim shorts, trainers, and draped a grey sweatshirt over their shoulders.
Sam is currently in Australia as part of their Gloria Tour, with the Unholy hitmaker recently performing in Melbourne.
The star appeared to be enjoying some downtime with their other half before their upcoming concerts this week in Brisbane and Auckland.
As usual, the singer has been making a statement with their outfits on stage, performing the last concert in a gold corset, shiny gold trousers, and huge platform heels.
It comes just months after the singer disappointed fans by cancelling the rest of their UK tour after revealing they were suffering from a vocal cord injury that could cause lasting damage.
Before dating Christian, Sam had a high-profile relationship with 13 Reasons Why actor Brandon Flynn.
The I’m Not the Only One singer was also romantically linked to TV star Charlie King and soap actor Andy Newton Lee.
Sam previously talked about why they don’t worry about the gender of a person when it comes to falling in love.
"I've never really kind of played by the rule book. I love people, and whoever I fall for, that's who I fall for. I don't know who that's going to be," Sam told The Sun.
“Now I don't know what gender they will be, to be quite honest, and that's a freeing thing – to not be limited to one category of person. I just fall in love with whoever I fall in love with."
Speaking about their own journey with not identifying as one specific gender, Sam explained that they do see themselves as a ‘gay man.”
They told GQ UK: “That’s never really been me. I’ve always felt queer. I’ve always felt non-binary trans. My whole life.
“And it wasn’t until I had to sit in interviews every day and tell people my story again and again and again that I realised this narrative that was being created was only a small fraction of who I was."
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