Lily Allen Has A Miscarriage At 6 Months

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Tragically, the singer loses another baby in her quest to become a mom.

In what is truly tragic news, 25-year-old British singer Lily Allen reportedly suffered a miscarriage last week and has lost the baby that she was expecting with her boyfriend Sam Cooper. She was six months pregnant at the time.

According to PopEater.com: "It is with great sadness that we have to confirm that Lily Allen and Sam Cooper have lost their baby. The couple ask that their privacy be respected and that they be left alone at this deeply distressing time. No further comment will be made," read the official statement.

Although no other details were released, Lily's quest to become a first-time mom has been an exceptionally sad one, especially for someone as young as she is. This lost marks the second miscarriage for the singer. In January 2008, Lily became pregnant for the first time with her then-boyfriend Ed Simmons of The Chemical Brothers. After the miscarriage of that baby, the couple broke up and Lily called it the "worst time of her life." Lily Allen Quits Therapy In Favor Of Boyfriend

"I couldn’t even compute the emotions going through my head, but I was having to put out a press release about my miscarriage… I had this public sympathy for about five days and then everyone was on my case again and I didn’t know what was happening to me," Lily told Grazia Magazine in December 2009. "I just didn’t deal with it at all. I didn’t even start beginning to deal with it until the baby’s due date. Then it just hit me like a house collapsing." 

This past year had been a happier one for Lily, and she seemed truly excited to become a mother for the first time, even telling British Glamour Magazine that she was putting her music career on hold in order to devote all of her time to home-making. Lily Allen Is Pregnant!

Although we're sure it will take some time for Lily to process this tragedy, we hope she doesn't give up on her dream to become a mom some day. Our deepest condolences go out to her and Sam for their loss.

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