Was born at 2 May 1985 (now is 32 years old) in Hammersmith, London, England, UK
There is some small facts about Lily (I) Allen:
Attended "Bedales School" with 'Natalia Tena' , the same school which 'Minnie Driver' and 'Daniel Day-Lewis' attended.
Is the daughter of 'Keith Allen (I)' and 'Alison Owen (I)' .
Her single 'Smile' went to #1 for two weeks in the UK singles chart in 2006. Her album 'Alright, Still' debuted at #2 in the UK album charts.
Has a younger brother 'Alfie Allen' , and an older sister, 'Sarah Owens (III)' (born in 1980).
"Alfie", the final track on "Alright, Still" is about her brother, the actor 'Alfie Allen' .
After uploading her first demo tracks to community website MySpace.com in November 2005, she became an overnight sensation in the UK.
Was voted the third coolest person of the year on the Cool List of "NME" magazine, but also ranked #10 in BBC3's The Most Annoying People of 2006 (2006) (TV) .
Scooped three nominations for the 2007 Brit Awards including "British Female Solo Artist", "British Album" and "British Breakthrough Artist" (16 January 2007).
Niece of 'Kevin Allen (I)' .
Has a half sister Teddie who was born in 2006.
Former stepdaughter of 'Harry Enfield' .
Her former stepfather, 'Harry Enfield' , based characters "Kevin" the neurotic teenager on Lily's elder sister, Sarah. Also, the baby characters "Harry" and "Lulu" from the "Harry Enfield and Chums" (1994) show were based on Lily and Alfie when they were youngsters, the only difference was the reversal of the genders. The "babies" were played by Harry and 'Kathy Burke' .
Announced her engagement to Sam Cooper, having been in a relationship with him since July 2009, after he proposed to her on their hotel room balcony in Bali on Christmas Day (28 December 2010).
Lily and her sister, 'Sarah Owens (III)' , are co-owners of "Lucy in Disguise", a vintage clothes shop in London's Covert Garden neighborhood.
Married fiancé 'Sam Cooper at St. James the Great Church in Cranham, Gloucestershire, wearing a vintage 1920s lace gown designed by Chanel. The couple arrived at the church in a dark green Bentley and Allen's bridesmaids included her best friend 'Miquita Oliver' .
Announced at her wedding reception, held at her £3 million 17th century country mansion, that she is 16 weeks into her third pregnancy; her second by new husband Sam Cooper (11 June 2011).
Supporter of Fulham Football Club (English Premier League soccer club). Fellow fans include 'Elizabeth Hurley (I)' , 'Pierce Brosnan' , 'Hugh Grant (I)' , 'Hugh Laurie' , 'Benicio Del Toro' , 'Daniel Radcliffe' , 'Andrew Johnston (VII)' and the late 'Michael Jackson (I)' .
Her husband, Sam Cooper, is a painter and decorator.
Suffered a miscarriage 2 months into the pregnancy with ex-boyfriend 'Ed Simons' (18 January 2008).
Gave birth to her 1st child at age 25, a stillborn son at 5 months pregnant, on 31 October 2010. Child's father is her boyfriend (now husband), Sam Cooper.
Gave birth to her 2nd child at age 26, a daughter Ethel Mary Cooper, on 25 November 2011. Child's father is her husband, Sam Cooper.
Was 5 months pregnant with her daughter Ethel when she completed penning songs for the West End musical production of Bridget Jones's Diary (2001) .
Returned to work 5 months after giving birth to her daughter Ethel in order to begin working on her 3rd studio album.
Announced that she and husband Sam Cooper are expecting their 3rd child together (9 July 2012).
Gave birth to her 3rd child at age 27, a daughter Marnie Rose Cooper on January 8, 2013. Child's father is her husband, Sam Cooper.
Her father is Welsh. Her mother, who is English-born, has Welsh, English, and Irish ancestry.
The music video to "Smile" showed a young lady paying her friends to ransack the flat of an annoying ex-boyfriend while she met him for a coffee and spiked his drink with laxatives.
Also look some video clip about Lily (I) Allen:
There is the list of movies, where Lily (I) Allen was taked part:
"Daily Mail Weekend" (UK), 28 February 2009, pg. 7, "I don't half fancy Boris!"
"Uncut" (UK), January 2007, pg. 38, by: Jon Wilde, "The Jon Wilde Interview: Lily Allen"
There is the list of some articles of Lily (I) Allen:
"The Sunday Times Magazine" (UK), 5 September 2010, pg. 28 - 33 + 35, by: 'Lynn Barber (II)' (interview) 'Rankin (II)' (photographs), "The Importance of Being Lily"
"The Independent on Sunday" (UK), 28 February 2010, Iss. 1044, pg. 49 - 51, by: Fiona Sturgis, "The sly, retiring type - How to quit while you're ahead"
"Spits" (Netherlands), 25 September 2009, "Lili Allen stopt ermee"
"The Observer Magazine" (UK), 5 July 2009, pg. 8, by: John Hind, "Did I Say That?"
"The Wall Street Journal" (USA), 3 July 2009, pg. W2, by: Candace Jackson, "Pop Payback: The British star's caustic clip, made by French filmmakers, goes viral"
"Minneapolis Star Tribune" (USA), 13 April 2009, by: Jon Bream, "Tart British Pop Star Is the Right Flavor"
"The Independent" (UK), 28 March 2009, Iss. 7006, pg. 5, by: Arifa Akbar, "Lily admits: 'I feel like a caged animal'"
"Time Magazine" (USA), 23 February 2009, Vol. 173, Iss. 7, pg. 102, by: Josh Tyrangiel, "Pictures of Lily"
"The Independent on Sunday" (UK), 1 February 2009, Iss. 988, pg. 59, by: Simon Price, "Someone tell Lily that amateur hour is over [Koko, London]"
"The Independent on Sunday" (UK), 26 November 2006, Iss. 874, pg. 3, by: Anthony Barnes, "Patronising. Sexist. Sickening. Lily Allen lashes out"
"The Independent Newspaper" (UK), 22 November 2006, Iss. 6272, pg. 5, by: Arifa Akbar, "Lily Allen's cool, says NME zeitgeist list. Ditto for (Beth) Ditto"
There is the list of some printed articles of Lily Rose Beatrice Allen:
"Metro" (Netherlands), 14 December 2009
"Spits" (Netherlands), 25 September 2009, by: ANP, "Lily Allen stopt ermee"
"Playboy" (USA), May 2009, Vol. 56, Iss. 5, pg. 117, by: Rob Cable, "Grapevine: The Rear"
"Playboy" (USA), February 2009, Vol. 56, Iss. 2, pg. 121, by: WENN, "Grapevine: Put the Nipple on the Rekkid"
"Celebrity Sleuth" (USA), 2009, Iss. 59, pg. 28-31, by: staff, "Singin' The Blues, The Brit Britney; Lily Allen"
"Playboy" (USA), November 2008, Vol. 55, Iss. 11, pg. 150, by: Ian Lawrence, "Grapevine: More Like an A+"
"Playboy" (USA), November 2007, Vol. 54, Iss. 11, pg. 149, by: Drouet/Dalle, "Grapevine: Second Item About Girl Named Lily Goes Here"
The image of Lily Rose Beatrice Allen was on the covers of these magazines:
"Elle Japon" (Japan), April 2014
"The Sunday Times Style" (UK), 29 May 2011
"Telegraph magazine" (UK), 17 January 2009
There is the list of some quotes of Lily (I) Allen:
I don't see myself as a role model; people should look to mothers and sisters as role models.
I don't care what people think of me now, so why would I care when I'm dead?
But Dad and I are the only father-and-daughter acts who have both had No. 1 songs in England.
Sometimes I wish I was just a girl in an indie band. I could dance around on stage and it wouldn't be so much about me.
I'm opinionated, but I'm not a vindictive person and I never say anything unprovoked, either.
I think as long as you're not being malicious and you're not hurting people then you should not be ashamed of what you do.
I refuse to put make-up on just because the paparazzi are on my doorstep. I find it morally wrong.
I never go out to be photographed, never. I go to events because they're fun.
I love MySpace; it's done an amazing job for me and it's been insane over the past couple of weeks, but I'm not a poster girl for them.
I like to be able to get up and go and buy a pint of milk without bumping into 20 people I know.
Yeah, I was a florist. I went to floristry school.
When a music teacher that I had at school was taken ill and we had a variety show and I had to fill in - that's when I realised I had a voice.
I've always listened to music, since I was really, really young.
I think the whole, like, cultural diversity and the arty side of London is really, really great. And how it's so historic as well.
I think I'm like Marmite; you either love me or you hate me.
I just felt like I couldn't deal with the everyday responsibilities of life, paying bills and all of that. I'm terrible at all of that. So I knew I had to make enough money to pay someone else to deal with all of that.
I hang out with models, the biggest pop stars and, you know, really and honestly, I hate saying this, but none of them are achieving those body shapes by being healthy.
I don't really see how any song can not feel contrived if it isn't honest, and how could I write honest songs if I don't write about stuff going on in my life and how I'm feeling?
Because of piracy there has been a massive downturn in people buying music, which makes it more difficult for artists to make money from the sale of records.
You have to be in love with yourself before anyone else can fall in love with you; to be happy with yourself.
I'm just not a private person. It's not like I do things because I want things to be public; it's just that's my way of expressing myself, and I happen to be very famous.
I wasn't into anything at school. I used to get really embarrassed. I used to get asked to do performing things, and I'd go to all the rehearsals, and then I'd pretend to be ill on the day I had to actually perform. I was very unhappy at school.
I think of myself as quite a confused kind of person, because I think there's so many great things about the world, but there are so many awful things too. I feel very guilty a lot of the time about enjoying my life so much when there are people living in such misery.
I studied voice when I was at school, and I was in the chamber choir, and I studied music theory as well, so I guess a lot of it came from being taught at school.
Can't get through to NHS Direct, no midwives in your area ? Well at least the Queen got a nice birthday party/jubilee, whatever.
I change with the way the world changes. My music is always social commentary. I don't know what the world is going to be like in five years' time, but as long as I'm not ashamed of what I'm putting out, then I'm happy.
I just swear in front of [my children]. I don't find swearing offensive, I just find it a form of expression. I'm not going to encourage my kids to swear, but I'm not going to stop swearing because I don't think it's bad.
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