Lily Allen has been loving life while on holiday in Tuscany and snapping the bikini bathroom selfies to prove it.
The singer and actress first shared that she was enjoying the Italian countryside on Saturday, taking to Instagram to post some joyous, care-free snaps in the afternoon sun by the pool.
‘HOLIDAYS!!!!! P.S i spent all my dreamland money on swimwear so BRACE yourselves for some holiday content,’ the 37-year-old captioned her photos, which saw her posing by the pool in yellow floral bottoms, a green bandeau top and loose green and white pinstripe shirt.
Lily, who is married to Stranger Things star David Harbour, strutted by the pool in large sunglasses, posing for a few pictures with a grey stone farmhouse and greenery behind her.
On Sunday she returned for a make-up free selfie in a straw hat and floral top, joking: ‘Tuscan sun is good for mom.’
It certainly seemed like the chart-topper and award-winning actress was relaxing as she then posted a slew of bathroom selfies in leopard print bikini bottoms and a beige tank top, which she accessorized with a gold chain pendant necklace and matching hoop earrings.
‘Just act neutral,’ she punned as she showed off shots of herself leaning towards the camera, holding her hair high up on her head and striking a yoga pose.
In her Stories, she recounted her attempts to take photos, writing ‘me not figuring out self timers’ over one before adding ‘again’ over the next.
‘Ok, strike a pose,’ she commented on her last.
Plenty of the Smile songstress’s friends and fans were loving her carefree holiday pics, with former Hollyoaks star and author Davinia Taylor admitting: ‘Need swimwear inspiration. I am ashamed to say I use my M&S no vpl knickers….. pathetic and lazy (I know 🤦🏼♀️)’
Meg Mathews left a line of fire emojis, while model Tommy Dorfman added: ‘Wow!’
Lily’s actor dad Keith Allen, recently stated that he only takes drugs today ‘for the right reasons’, after his daughter claimed he had had a ‘cocaine-induced heart attack’ in her 2018 memoir, My thoughts Exactly – which he later denied and said was ‘acute food poisoning’.
Keith told The Guardian that he doesn’t take cocaine anymore in a way ‘you’d notice’, adding: ‘If I do it nowadays, it’s for the right reasons.’
When asked what ‘the right reasons’ are, he explained: ‘Well, why not? As you get older, time rushes past. A hangover can cost you a day. It’s not worth it.’
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