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News |  15 Jun 2020 15:34 |  By RnMTeam

Alicia Keys and husband Swizz Beatz answers Q&A in a seaside

MUMBAI: Alicia Keys took a break to focus on more relaxing topics while enjoying an overcast day at the beach with her husband Swizz Beatz, 41.

The 39-year-old singer–songwriter shared a video to YouTube titled Black Love on Sunday that featured the two lovebirds weighing in on spending time together during quarantine and whether 'ghosting' is an appropriate way to end a relationship.

'Me and my baby... a little beach action with the boys,' the If I Ain't Got You singer narrated while turning the camera to show their children playing by the water while they relaxed farther away on dry sand.

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'I want to ask you some questions, and I want to answer them too,' she began the Q&A section.

The first question asked whether the two had ever spent as much time together as they had during their coronavirus pandemic quarantine.

Swizz shook his head 'no' and said, 'This is, like, married married married.'

'That's what he said to me the other day,' Alicia jumped in. 'He was like, "Wow, this is real married!"'

She relished all the time together during the pandemic and said she was 'loving it.'

'For [the children] to wake up knowing that we're always there, for us to wake up, always being there - it's kinda cool,' she mused, before the two shared a sweet kiss.

Alicia temporarily made Swizz feel old when she repeated a question asking for their opinions on 'ghosting' a recent slang term for the age-old practice of ending a relationship by abruptly cutting off all communication with someone.

'Well, that's been around forever,' he said. The beats maker added that he would ghost someone 'if that energy is just off.' His wife though ghosting was only appropriate to forever end a romantic relationship or a friendship, and people needed to express themselves if they only needed some time apart.

Another fan asked how having kids changed their relationship.

'It actually enhances the relationship, because now we have an equal bond with something that is there for life,' Swizz said, after initially joking that he didn't have any freedom anymore.

After a quick break to look at a tiny crab their children found in the water, Alicia recommended that people take their time in a relationship before having kids, though Swizz urged people not to wait too long because children could help their parents mature.

The couple wrapped up their video by answering a question about how couples can stay connected when they're forced to be apart while quarantining.

'I've personally been enjoying writing letters during this time,' the pianist said, though she said she would be 'sick' if she couldn't be with her husband for months on end.

The two ended by telling each other 'I love you' and kissing again.