Lily Allen is supported by husband David Harbour and daughters Marnie and Ethel as she leaves the theatre after 2:22 A Ghost Story performance
She made her West End debut last month in 2:22 A Ghost Story.
And Lily Allen got the whole family involved at her performance on Friday as her husband David Harbour and daughters Marnie Rose, eight, and Ethel, nine, left the Noel Coward Theatre with her.
The singer-turned-actress, 36, cut a chic figure in charcoal mom jeans and a black longline blazer coat after being supported by her family at the show.
Family affair: Lily Allen, 36, left the Noel Coward Theatre after her show 2:22 A Ghost Story with her husband David Harbour and her daughters Marnie Rose and Ethel on Friday
The mum-of-two beamed with pride as she made a stylish exit from the venue after her show.
The West End star teamed her post-performance look with a matching black crew neck jumper and stepped out in a pair of trendy zebra-striped slip-ons.
The raven beauty threw her locks into a high bun – completing the look with her trademark full fringe across her face.
Family affair: The singer-turned-actress cut a chic figure in charcoal mom jeans and a black longline blazer coat after being supported by her family at the show
The performer accessorised with a black handbag and sported a slick of black nail polish on her fingernails.
Lily’s daughter’s adorably followed in their mum’s stylish footsteps, with Marine wearing a cosy lilac co-ord, while Ethel donned blue joggers and a T-shirt.
Her husband David, 46, walked alongside the budding actress holding her youngest child Marnie Rose as they headed out the theatre.
The actor, famed for his roles in Stranger Things and Marvel’s Black Widow, cut a casual figure in mid-wash jeans and a blue plaid shirt.
Playful: Their outing comes weeks after David jokingly sent Lily ‘bad luck’ flowers
Their outing comes weeks after David jokingly sent Lily ‘bad luck’ flowers.
Taking to Instagram last Thursday following her performance in front of gushing theatre reviewers, Lily shared a note from the Suicide Squad actor 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’.
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 on August 3, received high praise from critics who applauded the ‘macabre playfulness’ of the production and her stellar stage presence.
The star plays the character Jenny in the 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.
The play follows Jenny, who believes her new home is haunted but her husband Sam (Hadley) remains skeptical.
They argue with their first dinner guests, old friend Lauren (Julia) and new partner Ben (Jake) and decide to stay awake until 2.22am to discover the truth.
The show is restricted to audience members aged 14 and up – it is not clear whether Lily’s daughters sat through the performance or just waited outside the stage door for her arrival.
Show restrictions: The show is restricted to audience members aged 14 and up – it is not clear whether Lily’s daughters sat through the performance or just waited in the dressing room