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Thursday 18 September 2014

Duff and Lohan 'text all the time'

Hilary Duff

Hilary Duff and Lindsay Lohan have reportedly become good friends after settling a decade-long feud.

The pair have been enemies since Lindsay accused Hilary of stealing her now ex-boyfriend Aaron Carter in 2003.

Hilary and Lindsay gave each other the silent treatment for years until secretly meeting up.

After chatting during their visit, the girls decided to end their war.

"Hilary was pleasantly surprised at how mature Lindsay was when they met up," a source told Star magazine. "Now they text all the time!"

Hilary welcomed her first child, five-month-old son Luca Cruz, with husband Mike Comrie this year.

The couple have been married for a little over two years and Lindsay, who has faced a string of legal problems recently, respects their union.

"[Lindsay] feels like Hilary could be a good influence-she has a healthy marriage, just had a baby and doesn't care about clubbing," the insider explained.

Successful entrepreneur Hilary may be willing to help Lindsay with her career.

Hosting the Liz & Dick actress at her home in the future is also a possibility.

"Hilary has already put the word out to her husband, Mike, to think about potential setups for Lindsay," the source said.

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