A few weeks ago, Lily Allen couldn’t say enough good things about her husband, David Harbour.
However, the pair is now the subject of divorce allegations, with insiders alleging they are ‘living different lives.’
The rumours began after the Smile singer, 38, appeared to unfollow the Stranger Things actor, 48, on social media.
Neither party has openly addressed the rumours that their marriage is in trouble.
Lily put out a statement last month indicating that their connection was as strong as ever.
The musician wished her other half a happy anniversary by sharing a photo from their wedding day.
Lily was seen staring passionately with David after they tied the knot in an Instagram photo.
She was dressed in her wedding gown and veil, clutching a brilliant bouquet of pink flowers, while a handsome David looked down at her with a loving face.
Lily wrote in her caption: ‘3 years with this guy, 2nd best decision I ever made. 1st was that dress.’
The famous couple were inundated with congratulatory messages from fans and famous pals, with the likes of Rylan Clark and Vicky Pattison getting mushy in the comments.
Prior to this, Lily posted David on her feed on September 7, 2022, once again for their anniversary.
‘Happy Anniversary @dkharbour . Love ya ❤️’, she captioned the post.
While Lily and David have always kept their romance quiet, they did have some fun with prior separation reports in August.
At the time, the pop star was asked in a Q&A: ‘Are you divorced?’
Lily replied: ‘Yes, I am divorced.’
She then added: ‘From one marriage. But I am also in another marriage, currently.’
Fast forward to October, and it’s alleged that things aren’t looking so well behind closed doors.
An insider has claimed to The Sun that Lily and David became estranged when she began starring in a West End production of The Pillowman in London, while David is still situated in the US.
According to the insider, the married pair has ‘barely been together for the past three months and have been leading different lives’.
David is reportedly said to have only seen one performance of Lily’s stage presentation ‘before she was left by alone.’
Even when Lily did have time off, it was spent ‘with buddies in London or with her kids,’ they claimed.
‘There was no indication of David when she returned to the United States with them.’