'Smile' singer Lily Allen has celebrated one year ''completely sober'' on a solo trip to Italy.
Lily Allen has celebrated one year ''completely sober''.
The 'Smile' singer - who has been open about using drink and drugs during tough times and referenced her battle in 2018 autobiography 'My Thoughts Exactly' - revealed her huge milestone as she shared some holiday snaps from her Italian summer vacation.
She wrote on Instagram: ''1 year completely sober! So grateful for my health and happiness.''
The 35-year-old star looked relaxed on her trip, as she revealed this week she has taken a solo break.
Alongside another bikini snap, she joked: ''The only downside to traveling alone is the photo opportunities are limited. (sic)
When one follower asked why she was on her own, Lily - who has been dating 'Stranger Things' actor David Harbour since August 2019 - simply replied: ''I love traveling alone (sic)''
In 2018, she opened up about her personal struggles and admitted while she had never been a big drinker, she had ''always been a drug taker''.
She explained ''The drinking was an accessory to doing drugs.
''I realised, 'Oh, f***, I haven't taken any drugs for ages, but I'm drinking a lot.' It had become that bad.
''I was drinking a bottle of Grey Goose a day. It was really bad.''
Now celebrating a year of sobriety, Lily is happy and enjoying life with David, and the loved up couple have been quarantining together amid the Covid-19 lockdown.
She recently revealed she has been cooking healthy meals to help her man lose weight.
She said: ''I am trying to cook healthy for David as he is gaining weight and wants to lose weight.
''I am going to try and make some more healthy food. I made some scones this week but most of them have gone to waist and I'm going to make a pavlova with my daughter today.''
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