Lily Allen: ¿No es ella un buen modelo a seguir para sus hijos?

Lily Allen: Isn’t she a good role model for her children?

Lily Allen: Isn't she a good role model for her children?

Bad example?

wantedon 09/30/2014 | 09:54


Lily Allen can’t help but quit smoking. Everyone has their vices, but as a young mother, you should think twice about using the glow stick regularly. After all, Lily Allen certainly wants to be a good role model for her children.

With the birth of her two children, Ethel and Marnie Rose, Lily Allen became a dream she longed for. The pop singer is delighted with her husband Sam Cooper and their two daughters. But the family idyll is apparently not enough to fully satisfy Lily Allen.. In addition, the 29-year-old needs a luxury meal or another …

Lily Allen has a truck

Time and time again images appear in the press showing Lily Allen with a baggy look and a fluff at the corner of her mouth. The “Sheezus” performer has been addicted to nicotine for years and apparently just can’t give up cigarettes. Is this why the pop singer is a bad role model for her children? Based on the latest images that “Bunte.de” has published by Lily Allen, the magazine even describes the singer as a “mother Lotter”.

Lily Allen doesn’t care about criticism

But Lily Allen seems to be sure of herself with her “Flodder” look. In the images, which show the singer without makeup, with wide XXL pants, sleeveless top and wild hair, the obligatory pack of cigarettes should of course not be missing. Lily Allen doesn’t seem to mind being photographed by the paparazzi in this rather unfavorable act.. In past interviews, the “Sheezus” singer repeatedly made it clear that she doesn’t give a damn about conventions and criticism.Lily Allen will already know what she is doing, and there are far worse crimes, physical and emotional, that a mother can do to her children. Smoking a cigarette now and then is definitely not one of them. Assuming Lily Allen goes out to smoke, which is evidently shown by the paparazzi pictures.

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