Lily Allen moving to the US after previously saying UK was ‘full of racism’
Lily Allen is said to have ditched the UK for good in favour of starting a new life in America.
The No Shame songstress is reported to be moving to the States full time after tying the knot with Stranger Things actor David Harbour.
The decision comes after Lily claimed the UK was full of "racism and misogyny" last year.
She deleted her Twitter account back in December after furious backlash over the comments.
The singer claimed Boris Johnson won the election because 'racism and misogyny run so deep' in the UK.
According to The Sun, Lily's decision will put strain on the custody plan she had with her ex husband and baby daddy Sam Cooper.
The couple have two children together – Ethel, eight, and Marnie, seven.
A source told the publication: "There’s a lot to sort out, not least how she will co-parent.
"In the end one of them is going to miss out."
Since finalising their divorce in 2018, Lily and Sam have shared custody via a a week-on, week-off basis.
A rep for Lily Allen has been contacted by Daily Star Online for comment.
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Lily, 35, and David, 45, married in a shot-gun wedding at Graceland Wedding Chapel in Las Vegas earlier this month.
The ceremony was conducted by an Elvis impersonator.
Posting a snap from the big day online, David wrote: "In a wedding officiated by the king himself, the people’s princess wed her devoted, low born, but kind credit card holder in a beautiful ceremony lit by the ashen skies courtesy of a burning state miles away in the midst of a global pandemic.
"Refreshments were served at a small reception following."
Earlier this year Daily Star Online revealed how David wooed Lily in an unusual way.
Lily said: "Ever since the beginning of my career – I suppose it's my self hatred and low self-esteem – I presume no one would want to have Lily Allen written on a T-shirt.
"David wasn't impressed with my last mech. He said it was it was crappy quality and he got some off eBay.
"We were on our first date in London and I went round to his place he was like 'Do you think I should wear this or not?'"
She continued: ""I went in and he had this horrible green T-shirt on with a Lily Allen logo on it.
"It was terrible. It wasn't even Fruit of the Loom and it was green.
"I was like I am sure I have never approved that."
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