Lily Allen has given up alcohol because she wants to ''grow up,'' but admitted she is finding it difficult to socialise without booze.
Lily Allen has given up drinking.
The 'Not Fair' hitmaker - who has daughters Ethel, two, and 22-month-old Marnie, with husband Sam Cooper - wants to ''grow up'' but admits socialising without alcohol is difficult.
Speaking to the new issue of Grazia magazine, the 29-year-old singer said: ''I haven't had a drink for a month. It's been hard not drinking but I'm trying to grow up. Finally.''
The 'Air Balloon' singer has previously admitted Sam - who she met in 2009 - helped her curb her wild partying.
She has said: ''I never used to remember. I used to wake up and wonder what happened last night. I just couldn't remember.
''Then Sam came along and he said, 'I really fancy you and I want to be with you.' I said to him, 'If I give all this stuff up, I need to know you are going to make a commitment to me and you'll look after me because this is how I cope.' ''
Lily has also admitted in the past she would be a ''hypocrite'' if she told her daughters not to drink.
She said: ''I can't really do anything but be there for them.
''People are going to do what they want to do, quite rightly. They'll say, 'You're a hypocrite. You went an experiment and you said it was a right laugh so what do you mean I can't?'
''But I've seen so much of it growing up and I've seen people really lose the plot and die.''
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