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Your daughters point the finger at the photographers!

Your daughters point the finger at the photographers!

But there are those who do not want paparazzi at all!

In 2009, Lily Allen (38) reached the peak of her career with her song “It's Not Me, It's You.” But then the singer disappeared from the scene for a long time.

The Briton even reported this in a video clip on a podcast with “Radio Times” a week ago. In it, she admitted for the first time that she had found it difficult to balance children and her professional life in recent years.

In 2011, she gave birth to her first daughter with her ex-husband, Sam Cooper (46 years old). At that time she decided to focus on her offspring. “And I'm glad I did it,” the musician said.

However, she says, “My children have ruined my career,” she says, laughing, adding, “I love them and they complete me.” But they completely ruined my existence as a pop star.”

Very harsh words, but wonderfully honest. And the apple certainly doesn't fall far from its family tree!

Aline recently strolled the streets of London with her daughters Ethel, 12, and Marnie, 10, while shopping. It didn't take long for the first photographers to appear.

But the celebrities' daughters look mature for their young ages and give the paparazzi a run for their money. how? By pointing fingers at the cameras with a great attitude. So cheeky!

What does her mother think about that? She seems to be enjoying her offspring's reaction.

Opinion poll

What do you think of Lily Allen's girls' reaction?

Well done, the paparazzi are just annoying!


No, the stinking finger doesn't belong in a good nursery.


It's not entirely normal for her eldest daughter to introduce herself here like this.

When Ethel was just three years old, she was diagnosed with laryngomalacia. This can lead to breathing problems or growth problems.

She had to be fed through a tube for eight months, the mother-of-two revealed to BBC Radio 4 at the time. The singer further admitted: “I was afraid of losing her all the time.”