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Lily Allen has reached another major milestone in her sobriety journey.
The “Smile” singer, 36, marked two years clean and sober Wednesday with a celebratory post to her Instagram page.
“2 Years Drug and Alcohol free today ! Getting clean is the BEST thing i ever did, and i’ve done a lot of cool s–t,” she captioned three photos of herself posing in a little black dress.
Allen also included a screenshot of the sobriety tracking app Pink Cloud, on which she keeps track of her “sober birthday” of July 28, 2019.
The “F–k You” singer’s famous friends commented messages of congratulations under her post, praising her progress over the last two years.
“yessssssssssss,” wrote “13 Reasons Why” star Tommy Dorfman.
Julia Chan, who stars alongside Allen in the West End play “2:22 — A Ghost Story,” commented, “Huge. Bravo love. ❤️.”
Allen has been transparent throughout her sobriety journey and talked about her personal battle with addiction.
In January, she told “The Recovery” podcast she started focusing on her health “about five years ago” after finding herself considering harder drugs.
“I remember being in LA and thinking, like, ‘None of this acting out is working anymore. Maybe I should try heroin,’” she said. “I’d been in a scene … and knew that when that thought popped into my head, it was time to confront my demons.”
The “Alfie” singer also shared a photo in January of a keychain reading, “Clean & Serene for Eighteen Months” to mark one-and-a-half years of sobriety, something she said she “would recommend!”
Thankfully, Allen has plenty of support at home through her journey. Her husband, David Harbour, whom she married in Las Vegas in September 2020, exclusively told Page Six in June that he thinks she is a “remarkable, extraordinary” woman.
“You know, for some strange reason, she also seems to think a lot about me, so it seems to work,” the “Stranger Things” star, who is also sober, quipped.
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