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Beyonce is in Dublin for four sold-out concerts. Photo by: gettyimages.com

Dublin days for Beyonce and Jay Z

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Beyonce is in Dublin for four sold-out concerts. Photo by: gettyimages.com

Megastar Beyonce is doing the rounds in Dublin, where she’s currently in residence for a four night sold out concert engagement that’s unsurprisingly getting rave reviews.

Beyonce’s entourage includes husband Jay Z and their cute little tot Blue Ivy.  The famous family is enjoying the sights of Dublin with security in tow, and on Monday were spotted walking around Phoenix Park, Bey with camera in hand.

Media reports said that the trio were pretty much left alone by star-struck locals, but the photogs have definitely been on their tails. One Dub happened to be at the park’s playground when the family arrived for some swing/slide time for Blue.

“They seem like a very normal couple.  They were dressed down and you had to look twice to see who it was,” the onlooker told the Irish Mirror.

Beyonce’s been a good girl after her shows.  While her dancers and band have hit the Dublin party circuit hard, she and Jay have enjoyed down time for themselves, quietly visiting some of the city’s restaurants.  On Sunday they landed at Fade Street Social at 11 p.m., not long after her show at the O2 Arena.

“Usually the kitchen is closing around then but we held on for a few minutes to accommodate them. They were extremely nice and friendly and left very happy,” a restaurant spokesperson said.  Jay devoured a strip steak, while his lady ate pumpkin flatbreads.

The couple and their entourage are staying at the Fitzwilliam Hotel on St. Stephen’s Green.  Of course Bey, Jay and Blue are in the penthouse suite at almost $4,000 per night, and they booked a 24-hour butler for their seven day stay in the Irish capital.  

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