Madison Beer flashes her toned midriff in an off-the-shoulder sweater at lunch with boyfriend Nick Austin in LA

Madison Beer showcased her incredible physique in a white off-the-shoulder sweater on a lunch date with her longtime beau Nick Austin at Fred Segal in West Hollywood.

After grabbing a bite at Mauro’s Café on Sunday afternoon, the 23-year-old Reckless singer looked effortlessly stylish as she walked back to her car rocking a pair of low-rise jeans, gold hoop earrings and tan shearling slippers.

The YouTuber, who rose to fame after Justin Bieber tweeted a link to her cover of At Last back in 2012, wore her light brown tresses in two braids and a stylish hair clip.

Her beau looked handsome in a plain white t-shirt, which displayed several tattoos on his right arm, black pants and Converse sneakers.

The TikTok star and New York native first sparked dating rumors in August 2020, but waited to make their relationship Instagram official until March 2021.

Beer recently returned from performing in sold-out shows in England, Germany, France, Belgium, Italy and Spain.

She will be heading out on the road again in August for some more overseas dates, according to her website.

Over the past decade, the young performer has not only crafted a successful music career, but has created a powerful social media presence as an influencer with some 31 million followers.

Madison has previously been romantically linked to Blake Griffin, Zack Bia, and Jack Gilinsky.

She also was reportedly close to Brooklyn Beckham prior to his relationship with new wife Nicola Peltz.

Beer originally announced that she would be working on a full-length studio album in 2018, before eventually releasing Life Support last year.

The performer released a single enтιтled Hurts Like Hell that same year, although it was not one of the 17 tracks included on her record.

The singer later released her album’s cover art in February of 2020, after her first single from the record, Good in Goodbye, debuted the previous month.

Life Support made its debut on February 26 of last year and peaked at the number 65 spot on the Billboard 200 chart.

Madison’s album received generally positive reviews from critics, many of whom praised her willingness to work with concerning subject material.