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Lily Allen 'joins second dating app'

Published 27/08/2015

Lily Allen
Lily Allen

Lily Allen has added to speculation that her marriage is on the rocks by joining another dating app, according to reports.

The 30-year-old singer tied the knot with husband Sam Cooper in 2011, and the couple have daughters Ethel and Marnie together.

Rumours of their marriage being in trouble have been rife for months now and Lily has further added to these by apparently creating a profile on Raya. It's similar to dating app Tinder, which she was also rumoured to have joined, but is more exclusive as users must be referred by an existing member before being approved.

“Raya is a small and very exclusive site, so it was impossible to miss Lily. It has certainly raised eyebrows within the industry," a source told British newspaper The Sun.

Lily and Sam were last spotted out together around six weeks ago when they attended an Ashes cricket event. Before that in June they attended Glastonbury Festival together, where Lily worried fans after collapsing during the music event.

Another bone of contention between the pair is said to be the fact that the star is keen to settle in Los Angeles - an idea Sam is said to be completely against. An insider recently explained why he feels this way.

"He needs to be in the UK for work and doesn't seem keen on the idea of the children being raised in America. They're trying to juggle everything, but the strain seems to be showing," they told British magazine Grazia.

A source added to The Sun that Lily has been spending more and more time away from her marital home in the Cotswolds, UK, favouring a North London crib with her friends instead.

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