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Lily Allen’s husband ‘fine with ex friendship’

Published 20/09/2015

Lily Allen
Lily Allen

Lily Allen reportedly confides in her ex Seb Chew.

(Cover) - EN Showbiz - Lily Allen's husband Sam Cooper reportedly doesn't mind that she hangs out with her ex.

Lily has been spotted out and about with her former boyfriend Seb Chew, even bringing him along on a family day out to Notting Hill Carnival with Sam and their daughters Ethel and Marnie.

Sources say Sam isn't upset though - in fact he's glad.

"Sam and Seb get on - they've known each other ages. Sam would prefer to know who she's out partying with," an insider told British magazine Heat.

"Lily confides in Seb - he understands her as an artist, musician and creative. He remembers how Lily was before she was a wife and mother."

Lily's been hitting the headlines lately because of her return to partying. Pre her family life as a wife and mum, Lily was known for her wild ways. In recent months she's made a return to the scene, which is said to have worried her friends and family.

At Glastonbury Festival in June, 30-year-old Lily shocked onlookers when collapsed on the grass.

"Lily is in danger of partying herself off the edge of the cliff and into oblivion" a source recently commented.

Her marriage to Sam is also said to be in danger, with Lily thought to have joined a second dating app after admitting to being on Tinder.

“Raya [app] 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.

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