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Lily was devastated when she miscarried her unborn son with husband Sam Cooper, six months into her pregnancy back in October 2010. The loss came two years after Lily suffered her first miscarriage with then-boyfriend Ed Simons.
Now past the six-month mark, Lily told London's Evening Standard about a recent anxiety attack admitting, "I was terrified the other night in bed. I wake up a lot at the moment and at one point I touched Sam's face and it was freezing cold. I was screaming. 'Sam! Sam! Oh my God, my husband's dead! I've sorted everything out and now it's all over!' He woke up and said, 'All the windows are open'."
"After my ... last baby, I'm being really closely monitored so I come to London every Thursday for a scan. The doctor keeps telling me to take it easy," Lily shared.
It seems like Lily has been quite upset about her family lately. Earlier this week, the singer agreed to pen a piece, 'In Defense of the Housewife, by Lily Allen,' about her recent marriage to Sam Cooper and her pregnancy for the same publication's magazine, but later slammed editors for their refusal to call her by her married name in the special edition piece.
Lily took to her Twitter page (Changed from @LilyRoseAllen to @LilyRoseCooper) to vent, writing, "Hey thanks for taking it upon yourselves to change my name back to Lily Allen in today's ES, when I specifically asked you not to. Way to go, so much fun working with you, really enjoyed the process of 'guest editing'."
Watch Lily Allen's 'Not Fair' Video