Lily Allen cut a relaxed figure when she arrived at the Noel Coward Theater on Thursday.
The singer, 36, looked radiant and fresh as she strolled the streets of London arriving at rehearsals for her new play 2:22 A Ghost Story wearing a chic oversized khaki bomber jacket.
She looked relaxed when paired the set with dark blue straight leg jeans tucked in at the hem.
Relaxed: Lily Allen, 36, cut a relaxed figure when arriving at the Noel Coward Theater on Thursday
Her rolled up jeans revealed chunky black Prada boots for £ 850, which lifted her lightweight figure and made her look like the style guru.
Lily matched her shoes with a black shoulder bag, also from the Italian fashion house.
A glimpse of an electric blue T-shirt was revealed under his jacket, and hitmaker Smile wore a white mask in her hand.
On trend: Her folded jeans revealed chunky black £ 850 Prada boots, which lifted her slight figure and made her look like the style guru.
Her jet-black hair was tied back into an effortless messy ponytail, which swayed as she walked, and sported iconic bangs, framing her face.
She accessorized with wrist bracelets and simple earrings.
The outing comes after she took to Instagram on Wednesday, the hit-maker worked from her best angles while cradling a chic little black dress, telling fans: “2 years drug and alcohol free today!” Getting clean is the BEST thing I’ve ever done, and I’ve done a lot of cool stuff. ‘
Loving mother Lily also posted a screenshot of the app she uses to track her sobriety schedule, which confirmed that it had been two years since the singer turned her back on drugs and drugs. alcohol.
Lily also revealed that Isabel Marr – who is directing the upcoming play in which Lily is starring – gave her a mouthwatering cake stamped with the number “two” written in icing to celebrate.
She has always been outspoken about her alcohol and drug use, especially when she published her memoir My Thoughts Exactly last year.
Cool: Her jet black hair was tied back into an effortless messy ponytail, which swayed as she walked, and sported iconic bangs that framed her face
Lily hit back at skinny-shamers on social media on Friday after suggesting she looked “thin”.
After sharing a behind-the-scenes video of The Lateish Show with Mo Gilligan on Friday, Lily received a number of comments expressing concerns about her weight.
In the clip she said: “Hi, I’m Lily Allen and I’m here with Mo on The Lateish Show with Mo Gilligan. I have to shut up because everyone is talking around me.
“But it’s very nice to be here, Mo is very funny, there is a lot of great music and it’s so nice to be in front of an audience after all this time. I love that.’
One person wrote: “I’m worried about you Lily. I feel like we grew up together and I’ve never seen you so thin.
“Your fans care about you, your health and we love you very much. Please take care of yourself my dear. ‘
Wow: Lily celebrated her two years of abstinence on Wednesday. She has always been candid about her struggles with drug addiction
Sweet: Lily also revealed that director Isabel Marr gave her a delicious cake with the number “two” written in icing to celebrate.
Responding to the comment, Lily said, “You’ve never seen me for two years completely sober, not smoking and exercising every day. ”
Lily is getting ready to hit the stage for the first time next month alongside Hadley Fraser, Julia Chan and EastEnders actor Jake Wood.
The new play is by Danny Robins and will be presented at the Noel Coward Theater.
Lily will play Jenny in 2:22, a supernatural thriller about four friends caught on a night of high tension premiering on August 3.
The play follows the character of Lily, who thinks her new home is haunted – but her husband Sam (Fraser) remains skeptical.
They argue with their first guests, old friend Lauren (Chan) and new partner Ben (Wood) and decide to stay awake until 2:22 a.m. to find out the truth.
Robins is best known for his docudrama horror podcast The Battersea Poltergeist, starring Dafne Keen and Toby Jones, which is in the process of being turned into a TV series.
The new play is its West End debut.
Cast: Lily will star in 2:22 – A Ghost Story, a supernatural thriller about four demons caught in a night of high tension (alongside (LR) Hadley Fraser, Julia Chan and EastEnders actor Jake Wood)