Who is Lily Allen?
Lily Allen is a pop star has who reportedly posted a crying-with-laughter emoji at a meme which suggests Princess Diana is furious about Prince Philip entering heaven. The meme, which has been shared by Instagram page Saint Hoax, has used a clip from Super Nanny which shows super nanny herself Jo Frost closing the door on a crying toddler. The clip was captioned: ‘Princess Diana when Philip tries to enter heaven.’
oh, Prince Phillip has died.
— LILYALLEN2.0 (@lilyallen) April 9, 2021
It was shared with the account’s 2.7million followers.
How old is Lily Allen?
Born on 2nd May 1985, Lily Allen is 35 years old as of the year 2021.
Lily Allen Net Worth
Lily Allen has an estimated net worth of $5 million in 2021.
Lily Allen Husband
After early reports that the couple took the next step in their relationship by obtaining a marriage license, the Smile’ singer confirmed that she had actually married the Stranger Things star David Harbour in Las Vegas.
Lily Allen Prince Phillip
Lily Allen commented on the post: ‘I’m dead at the Diana one,’ followed by a crying-with-laughter emoji. She later called out ‘trolls and bots on Twitter who had hit out at her social media response to Prince Philip’s death.
The Saint Hoax post attracted criticism at those making light of Prince Philip’s death just hours after it was confirmed by Buckingham Palace this afternoon. Britain has entered eight days of mourning ahead of Philip’s expected funeral next Saturday.
‘What a nasty person you are’ Britons fury as Lily Allen posts ‘Oh, Philip has died’ https://t.co/AaJKsfEcVI I just threw her music in the bin. At one point I thought she was a nice person… but alas… I was wrong !!!
— PeterClutton (@PeterClutton) April 10, 2021
The duke was the Queen’s ‘strength and guide’ throughout their 73-year marriage and her 69-year reign.
Crowds of mourners who were pictured laying flowers and tributes at palaces became so large they were told to disperse because of Covid. This evening, Ms. Allen commented on Twitter: ‘Oh, Prince Philip has died,’ before responding to critics of her post by writing: ‘lot of trolls and bots out tonight.
Lily Allen Twitter
‘#RIP Prince Phillip you would have loved late-stage surveillance capitalism.’
Meanwhile, the post from Saint Hoax, a pseudonymous artist has received more than 3,500 comments in the six hours since it has been shared. Despite Lily Allen’s reaction, not all commenters were as amused with many calling out the post for being distasteful.
Some called out Ms. Allen’s comment with one writing: ‘Do you really think this is appropriate? Have some respect.’
Others called out the post itself with one user writing: ‘Wow. There is so much hate in these comments. Someone died. It is not funny.
‘I hope you understand that this is not a good way to find humor.’