In White Folks News: Six-Months Pregnant Lily Allen Suffers Second Miscarriage

- By Bossip Staff Categories: Babies, Get Well, In White Folks News

Lily Allen miscarries second pregnancy

This is so sad. British singer Lily Allen lost her unborn baby this weekend.

Lily Allen’s spokesman says the singer has suffered a miscarriage six months into her pregnancy.

Publicist Murray Chalmers said Monday that “it is with great sadness that we have to confirm that Lily Allen and Sam Cooper have lost their baby.”

He says Allen and Cooper are asking for privacy at a “deeply distressing time.”

Allen announced in early August that she was three months pregnant.

The 25-year-old singer, whose hits include “Smile” and “The Fear,” had an earlier miscarriage in 2008.

She has been dating 32-year-old painter and decorator Cooper for more than a year.

Poor Lily… A miscarriage is an awful thing for any woman to go through, however, if there’s anything that she can take solace in, it’s the fact that while many pregnancies end in miscarriage, women who experience miscarriage often go on to have healthy pregnancies later.

So this doesn’t mean that she can’t go on to successfully carry a child to full term, but losing another baby so soon after her last pregnancy is probably weighing on her heavily.

She was so far along too. That’s got to be incredibly hard.


  • musicmama

    so sad for her and the dad. can’t imagine their grief… prayers of comfort and understanding.

    • eetkus

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  • curveball

    Why would she take solace in knowing “that many pregnancies do end in miscarriage”?

    Whoopee! I had a miscarriage and so do lots of other women! Yay!

    Who writes this crap?

    • Droppin it like its hot since 1986

      @curveball u hit the nail on the head wit that..took the words right outta my mouth..these writer can’t spell and lord knws they cant right to save they gossiping behinds..lmao

  • E.C. from D.C.

    Damn ….. my condolences …. i’d be scared to get pregnant again … if I did I’d go straight on bed rest after my 1st trimester was over with.

    I want to give her a hug right now.

  • Jane Doe

    Awe that’s sad =(

  • bobby

    curveball is right, why in the world should she be comforted by that sad fact? the person who wrote that obviously has no kids and based on their empathy skills, should never have one.

  • Kako

    So sad. I feel for her losing her unborn child.

  • yvonne

    I cant imagine how shes feeling and going thru right now, its too sad.

  • Tee

    I can definitely relate to this! I suffered 2 miscarriages and finally had a beautiful healthy baby girl 9 weeks ago! So there is hope she can carry to full term!

    • E.C. from D.C.

      *wipes forehead in relief* good to hear and congrats.

    • BayAreaChick

      Congratulations!! I am sure women who have had to endure something as terrible as you would be happy to hear that it is possible to carry a baby to term. God bless you and your baby!!

  • Nikki88

    “A miscarriage is an awful thing for any woman to go through, however, if there’s anything that she can take solace in, it’s the fact that many pregnancies do end in miscarriage”
    – – –
    UHH WHAT? how do you take solace in that?

  • sportstalk23

    I don’t have kids and even I recognize that whole taking solace thing is messed up
    This girl has lost her second baby that stat is of no comfort to her and her man, they have my sympathy

  • leah

    as a woman with no children i pray that when i do get pregnant i will not have to go through that. I really empathize with her, she must be so devastated

    • leah

      @ Lyric, I’m sorry to hear that and my heart goes out to u. I cant imagine the emotional and physical pain that comes with that loss. Well i will keep u in my prayers and hope that you are blessed one day with your own little bundle of joy.

  • M3@9@N

    Shes gonna be a wreck every year wen halloween falls. Poor thing.

  • Toni

    Awww man, my condolences.

    I hope the third one is a charm.

  • Ellimac25

    Poor thing!

    Is it true that when you’re that far along they have to induce labor and go through a full on birth? If so that’d be awful. I couldn’t imagine doing that.

  • whyohwhy


    They do induce you and make you go through full labor. I lost my son (our first child) at 24 weeks. This is something that is so devastating. I was a total wreck for months. I finally got pregnant again 9 months later, but was terrified throughout my whole pregnancy.

    God help this woman get through this pain, and I hope her man is strong enough to help her out. She will really need his love and support.

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