Lily Allen flaunts her new toned figure after quitting smoking and opting for a healthier lifestyle.
The singer, 37, shared a selection of snaps of her in workout gear as she practised Pilates.
Lily kept it simple in a maroon sports bra and a pair of figure-hugging leggings as she worked out.
Wearing minimal make up, the singer looked chic with her jet black bob with a thick fringe.
Long gone are the days of Lily heavily smoking and drinking as she gained a reputation for enjoying the nightlife.
In one snap she used the equipment and looked very focused as she stretched.
In another, she pushed her hips up to the ceiling and rested on her hands.
After her fitness session she got changed into a pair of loose-fitting brown trousers with a baggy knitted jumper over the top.
Lily has been documenting her life in New York after she announced that she and her husband David Harbour were building a house in the city.
The couple married in 2020 in an intimate Las Vegas wedding, where they were joined by an Elvis Presley impersonator.
Lily has big dreams of making a home in New York for herself and her two daughters.
She shares Ethel, 10 and Marnie Rose, 9 with her ex-husband Sam Cooper.
Speaking on River Cafe Table 4 podcast, the songstress has spoken about the importance of a "huge kitchen with a large table" for the home.
"I put a lot of focus onto it because I don't feel like that table featured enough in my childhood, but it's definitely something that's important to me," she said.
"My husband and I are building a house together in New York at the moment and I'm always talking about this table that doesn't exist yet. It's very central to the whole running of the house."
Reflecting on her own childhood, she went on to express her desire for a "close-knit" family.
"I want it to be where the kids come home from school and dump their bags on that table, where they want to be doing their homework while I'm cooking their food," the daughter of actor Keith Allen said.
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"I want it to feel like the engine room of our lives: where we communicate and share ideas together, emotions, talk about what's happening with our day, unpack how we're experiencing the world."
She said that a Sunday roast is incredibly important for her family.
She explained: "I just love a Sunday roast. I love the ritual of it. I love getting up early on a Sunday morning and peeling all of my potatoes and putting them in the fridge to dry out. I just love all of the different bits."
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