The singer talks about the juggling act between her home life and career – as well as her daughter’s musical talent…
When you’re at home with your baby, you miss the office buzz – and when you’re at your desk, all you want is to be at home with the kids. We all know the work/life balance dilemma, and Lily Allen’s no exception.
The singer, 29, talks about her hectic career and how much she relishes time off with her daughters Ethel, two and Marnie, one, in a new interview.
‘My dream is to be at home all the time, and when I am at home I want to be working,’ she says in the new OK!, out today.
‘My dream is to be at home all the time, and when I am at home I want to be working’
‘At the moment, I’m working so hard and moving so fast, I know when I stop I’ll get ill. So having five days off, I’m worried I’m going to get sick. But I love getting to spend real time with my children. They come away with me most of the time, but when I’m working, I’m working.’
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