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Lily Allen opens up on marriage to David Harbour amid rumors of split
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Lily Allen opens up on marriage to David Harbour amid rumors of split

The singer said her husband David Harbour receives more 'fan attention' then her

Lily Allen has opened up about her relationship with her husband amid rumours of tension.

The singer is married to David Harbour, who is best known for his role in the hit Netflix show Stranger Things.

There have recently been rumours of trouble brewing between the couple after they spent some time apart while Allen starred in The Pillowman in London.

The Sun reported than an insider said the pair had 'barely been together for the past three months and have been living separate lives'.

Since then, David Harbour has admitted that the recently concluded SAG-AFTRA strike put a strain on their relationship, but rubbished rumors of a split, saying that 'as our marriage continues, we grow closer and closer'.

Now, Lily Allen has spoken out about their relationship following the rumors of marital tension.

The pair married in 2020.
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Speaking to Grazia, she revealed that she sometimes enjoys being the one who is not the centre of attention when fans come up to get a picture.

She even admitted that in the past when she had had a lot of attention in her twenties it had led to her even having 'narcissistic feelings'.

But now that fans are approaching her husband David more for photos and selfies, she is enjoying the feeling of being more grounded.

In an interview with Grazia, she said: "To clarify, what they mean is: can you take a picture of me – with your husband?

"They don't even notice me. I'm just the photographer.

"No one knows who I am. Growing up with the attention that I had in my twenties can lead to, sort of, narcissistic feelings."

She added: "It's nice to be in a relationship where somebody else gets all of that attention. It's good for my ego."

Allen's music career kicked off in 2005, and she soon reached the UK Number 1 with her hit single 'Smile' in July 2006.

There have been reports of some tension.
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The singer has since spoken about how she is now spending more time with her children.

She had two children, Ethel, 11, and Marnie, 10, with ex-husband Sam Cooper, before marrying Harbour in 2020.

The pair opted to get married in Las Vegas, with the ceremony being officiated by an Elvis impersonator, according to People.

She said: "I'm a mum, really - it sounds so tragic and sad. I sort of feel like I've had my career. I know I'm only 38.

"When I was younger, you were told that you could have it all. I believed that when I got pregnant, and then when I had my children, I realised that was a lie.

"You can't and you have to make sacrifices. It's usually the children that suffer as a result of those sacrifices – and I'm just not willing to do it to them."

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