Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 30 July 2014

Lily Allen 'obsessed' with diet?

Lily Allen

Lily Allen's pals are reportedly warning her to "slow down" her exercise regime.

The Smile singer is currently enjoying a musical comeback and has also been flaunting a super-toned figure. She's been showing off her washboard stomach in crop tops after losing 42lb, but it's thought her loved ones are concerned she's taking it too far.

"There's no denying that Lily looks good, but her weight loss has happened quickly," a source commented to British magazine Star. "Friends have reassured her that her figure is fab and she now needs to slow down, stop exercising as much and ease up on her diet. They worry she's becoming obsessed with her figure and that she could fall back into old habits."

The 28-year-old took some time out from music to have daughters Ethel and Marnie with her husband Sam Cooper. She previously admitted to struggling with an eating disorder to keep her slim frame.

"I used to vomit after meals. It’s not something I'm proud of. But, I tell you what, a lot of people came up to me telling me how great I looked and I'd be on the cover of every magazine," she said.

"I thought I looked good and it was great to be able to try on clothes and feel a million dollars. But I wasn't happy, I really wasn't. I would love to be the skinniest person in the world but I can't do that without being unhappy - I like food.

"People who are famous and successful and live in this mad world tend to die really early, or kill themselves or die in a drugs overdose. I'd rather not so I figure I will go and eat."

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