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Lily Allen has reportedly signed up to a dating app for famous people, despite the fact that she is married.

The 30-year-old married husband Sam Cooper in 2011, and the couple two daughters Ethel and Marnie.

Rumours of their marriage being in trouble have been doing the round for months now and Lily has fueled the fire by apparently creating a profile on Raya. The App similar to dating app Tinder, which she was also rumoured to have joined, but is for VIP’s as users must be referred by an existing member before being approved.

‘Raya is a small and very exclusive site, so it was impossible to miss Lily. It has certainly raised eyebrows within the industry,” a source told British newspaper The Sun.

Lily and Sam have not been spotted out together in the last six weeks ago since  they attended an Ashes cricket game. Before that they attended the Glastonbury Festival together in June.

Lily has been spending more and more time away from her family home in the sleepy Cotswolds, favouring a North London party crib with her friends instead.

Watch this space…!

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