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The 'Smile' singer takes her baby girl out during a trip to Paris, two months after giving birth to the bundle of joy.
The 'Smile' hitmaker takes to Twitter to thank fans for their well wishes after delivering another baby girl, Marnie Rose.
The song, which marks Allen's first release since taking a hiatus in 2009, tells about a girl who can't stand her boyfriend but at the same time she can't live without him.
Pink has enlisted the help of Lily Allen in her new album, 'The Truth About Love', which is due for release this fall.
Two years after announcing her break from the music industry, the 'Smile' hitmaker confirms that she is 'throwing s**t at the wall'.
The 'Smile' hitmaker reportedly wants a more mature sound and has experimented with different sounds in the studio.
After two previous miscarriages, the 'Smile' singer finally welcomes her first child with husband Sam Cooper as she gave birth to baby daughter in England on Friday, November 25.
In the newly-released music video, the Auto-Tune king heads straight home immediately after receiving a text from his wife.
Mark Ronson, Tony Bennett, Kelly Osbourne, Ronnie Wood and many more passed their condolences to the tragic singer in various ways.
Allen and her husband Sam Cooper reportedly announced the pregnancy to wedding guests on Saturday, June 11.
The singer walked to a vintage Bentley with her newly-wedded husband, Sam Cooper, and waved to the crowd waiting outside the church.
'Whoever leaked my wedding invite to the press, you're a d**k and your not invited anymore,' she wrote on Twitter.
The 'Smile' singer has been granted an undisclosed sum after taking legal action against the Daily Mail's parent company for publishing unauthorized pictures of her English country home.
After scathing reviews of the socialite's new TV chat show emerged, the British singer defends Bob Geldof's daughter by insisting critics should 'give her a break'.
The singer is too 'embarrassed' for audience to watch 'From Riches to Rags' because 'it has been totally sensationalized and quotes taken out of context.'