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Lily Allen embraced the sweltering UK heatwave as she arrived on set of BBC's The One Show on Monday, 19 July.
The 36 year old singer nailed summer chic as she slipped into a pair of tiny black denim shorts and a sleeveless white vest top to keep cool.
The Hard Out Here hitmaker styled her fringed raven tresses in an updo and shielded herself from the strong summer rays with a pair of black shades and accessorised with gold chains down her front.
Lily ensured to tote her personal belongings in a multi-coloured Supreme tote bag while strolling along in a pair of comfortable white trainers.
The singer looked happy and relaxed as she soaked up Britain's rare spell of hot weather.
It has been a busy time for Lily as of late, as she has been hard at work rehearsing for her West End debut in the new supernatural thriller play, 2:22 – A Ghost Story.
She will take on the role of Jenny in the chilling stage production, which will launch next month at the Noël Coward Theatre.
As well as the professional endeavours, Lily has also been smitten on the personal front with her American actor husband, David Harbour.
Lily married the 46 year old Stranger Things star in Las Vegas in September 2020.
Their union meant that David became stepfather to her daughters, Ethel Mary, nine, and Marnie Rose, eight, who Lily shares with ex-husband Sam Cooper.
Last month David opened up on the bond he shares with the little girls, telling Ellen DeGeneres on her US talk show: "They're British, and I'm this cheese-fed American man, and they really do like the fact they have an extra jungle gym."
He went on to share that he "loves" his relationship with Ethel and Marnie and how they have made him understand why people want children.
He continued: "I have never experienced this kind of – I was always a single guy, who has been a bachelor for a long time, I've been an artist, I wanted to travel the world and do my work.
"And I never really wanted to have kids. And I get it now, why everybody has kids. Because it's kind of like the meaning of life, you pass the torch to these other individuals.
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