New analysis of Lily Allens album has revealed her marriage to Sam Cooper was sexless in an explosive song in which she also admitted she never wanted to end up like her mummy and daddy.
In the track Apples, which was on her most recent album No Shame, Lily sings: We were both depressed // Towards the end we were not even having sex // I felt like I was only good for writing the cheques.
She then sings about how enjoying an alcoholic drink does not make me a wreck but that she never meant to break your heart.
The song goes into depth about the relationship:
One year in you gave me a set of keys
Two years and you bended down on one knee
Three years and were living out in the country
Four years and youve given me my beautiful babies
But it was all too much for me
Now Im exactly where I didnt want to be
Im just like my mummy and my daddy
I guess the apple doesnt fall far from the tree.
No Shame was released two months ago, days after Lily confirmed her divorce to Sam.
The pair wed in 2011 but split in 2016 but the 33-year-old previously admitted she was unfaithful during their relationship, explaining their romance left her feeling as though she had lost her sense of self and identity.
They have two daughters together, Ethel and Marnie.
We actually share them a week on, week off. When hes got them, I can concentrate on working in the studio. I wanted that set-up originally. It wasnt something we discussed, she told Loose Women in June.
Were both really friendly, our kids go to school equidistant between our houses, so it works, she added.