And it looks like they just threw on the nearest garments as they headed to Starbucks.
Paige's jeans rode dangerously low - showing off her ripped stomach, and Eddie wore an equally low-riding T-shirt showing off a bit of 'meavage.'
Eddie Murphy and girlfriend, Paige Butcher, looked happy as they headed out for yet another coffee together
The 52-year-old actor wore a white T-shirt with a deep neckline, dark trousers and what looked like brand new trainers as he clutched onto his coffee during their stroll.
Clearly a fan of accessories, the Beverley Hills Cop star completed his off-duty look with a long silver chain with a large cross, bracelet and earrings.
Paige Butcher looked pleased with her iced drinks, while Eddie Murphy enjoyed a coffee
Her incredibly long legs meant high heels were definitely not needed, and instead she chose flip flops and a short blue top.
The couple, who first met on the set of Big Momma's House 2, kept their sunglasses on for the duration of their coffee run.
The 34-year-old had a permanent grin on her face as she walked around with not one, but two, flavoured iced drinks.
The couple seemed relaxed in each others company as they strolled around Los Angeles after collecting their refreshments
After picking up their refreshments, they hopped back into a black Roll Royce Phantom to head home.
Eddie dressed in an all-white Adidas tracksuit, consisting of tracksuit pants and a short sleeve top, helped his leggy other half by opening the car door for her.
What a gentleman: Eddie Murphy was seen opening the car door for his stunning girlfriend Paige Butcher as they went on their regular coffee run at the Coffee Bean in Studio City on Tuesday
Loving: Even as the couple made their way back to the luxury ride from the coffee shop, Eddie had his hand placed tenderly on her back
Eddie Murphy in the original film poster
Pulling her blonde hair back into a ponytail, Paige, who has previously dated Russell Simmons and model Tyson Beckford, showed off her flawless skin.
The actor appeared to be in good spirits during his outings, no doubt due to the news that he has recently been enlisted by Paramount Pictures to reprise his role as Axel Foley in what will be the fourth Beverly Hills Cop picture, as reported by Deadline.
The new film will be written by Josh Appelbaum and Andre Nemec, the pair that hit it big with Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol in 2011.
Ironically, the film reboot was inspired by the positive reaction to the Beverly Hills Cop pilot, which was produced by Sony Pictures TV but was also backed by Paramount as the rights holder.