Lily Allen 'thrilled to expecting another baby with husband Sam Cooper'
13:46 GMT, 8 July 2012
She welcomed her first child Ethel into the world last December.
And now Lily Allen is reportedly pregnant with another child with husband Sam Cooper.
The 27-year-old singer is said to be 'thrilled' at the prospect of welcoming another baby into their family, according to the Sunday Mirror.
Baby on board: Pregnant star Lily and her husband Sam Cooper at Stroud Cricket Club the day before her pregnancy news
A source told the paper: 'Lily has started telling her friends and everybody in her close circle is so excited for her.'
'It was a surprise but Lily and Sam are thrilled. The pair of them have
loved every minute of parenthood so far and wanted to expand their brood
quickly. So it’s great timing.'
A spokesperson for Lily refused to comment on the claims.
Meanwhile a friend told The People that the pair are doting parents to their daughter Ethel.
Tell tale bump: Lily shows the first signs of pregnancy as she cuts the ribbon to open Stroud Cricket Club's new clubhouse
'They are great parents and absolutely
devoted to Ethel. The pair of them are just delighted they've got
another one on the way.'
'They're such a happy family with Ethel. This is really great news.'
Lily revealed she was pregnant with Ethel last June when she married Sam in a stunning ceremony in Gloucestershire.
Baby on board: Lily Allen is said to be expecting her second child with husband Sam Cooper
The singer was seen sporting a small
baby bump in her wedding gown and the proud groom told guests of their
happy news at a wedding breakfast.
Nearly two years ago Lily and Sam were left shattered when the singer suffered a miscarriage at six months.
In 2008 Lily was left heartbroken after miscarrying while dating Chemical
Brothers star Ed Simons.
Double celebration: Last June it was revealed that Lily was pregnant with her first child Elthel on the day she married Sam Cooper
The singer, who 'retired' from music nearly two years ago, returned to the stage last weekend to perform with her pal Professor Green at the Stone Roses gig in Heaton Park.
Lily, who recently revealed she has been back in the studio working on new music, tweeted:
''No @professorgreen wasn't swinging a cat around on stage @heatonpark that was me trying to sing. loved it, thanks manchester x x x' (sic)'