Lily Allen displays her impressive abs and toned biceps in a tight grey crop top before slipping into a pink jumper for stylish snaps
She’s earned critical praise for her role in the West End play 2:22 A Ghost Story.
And Lily Allen offered fans a glimpse of her impressive abs in a tight grey crop top on Tuesday as she posed for a trio of Instagram snaps.
The singer, 36, shared a snap of her toned tummy in the fitted top and dark grey leggings, flexing her impressive arm muscles in front of the mirror.
Jaw-dropping: Lily Allen, 36, offered fans a glimpse of her impressive abs in a tight grey crop top on Tuesday as she posed for a trio of Instagram snaps
In her first snap, Lily posed in a comfy pale pink jumper and oversized grey jeans as she posed in front of a mirror with her Chanel bag on her shoulder.
The star then shared a second image of her laid-back look, before the third offered a glimpse of her toned figure.
Lily showcased her rippling abs in the top as she displayed her jaw-dropping muscles for the camera, penning the caption: ‘No good reason.’
Low-key: The singer also posed in a casual pink jumper and oversized jeans for two mirror snaps, ahead earning critical acclaim for her performance in the play 2:22 A Ghost Story
Relaxing: The star then shared a second image of her laid-back look, before the third offered a glimpse of her toned figure
It comes days after Lily’s husband David Harvour jokingly sent her ‘bad luck’ flowers.
Taking to Instagram on Thursday following her performance in front of gushing theatre reviewers, Lily shared a note from David who remarked that he hoped she wasn’t ‘reviewed well’ as he’ll be ‘miserable.’
Alongside a pretty bunch of flowers, he penned a message which read: ‘My ambitious wife, these are bad luck flowers ’cause if you get reviewed well in this play, you get all kinds of awards and I will be miserable.’
The humorous actor signed off with: ‘Your loving husband’.
Funny: It comes after Lily shared a note from her Stranger Things star beau David Harbour who remarked that he hoped she wasn’t ‘reviewed well’ as he’ll be ‘miserable’
Highlighting the fact that she had in fact received great reviews for her performance, Lily hilariously captioned her post: ‘sad day for @dkharbour.’
Lily’s production, which opened at Noel Coward Theatre on August 3, received high praise from critics who praised the ‘macabre playfulness’ of the production and Allen’s stellar stage presence.
Lily plays the character Jenny in the supernatural thriller about four friends caught up in a night of high tension.
She is joined on stage by former EastEnders star Jake Wood, City Of Angels actor Hadley Fraser and Julia Chan of Silent House.
Stage star: The singer made her West End debut in 2:22 A Ghost Story earlier this month before impressing critics during Wednesday’s press night (pictured on stage on August 5)