Lily Allen Opens Up About Husband David Harbour’s Reaction to Her New OnlyFans Account

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“I’ve got very strict guidelines,” the singer says.

David Harbour and Lily Allen attend the 26th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards at The Shrine Auditorium on Jan. 19, 2020 in Los Angeles.

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Lily Allen is sharing her husband’s David Harbour‘s reaction to her new OnlyFans account.

During BBC Sounds’ Miss Me? podcast on Thursday (July 4), the 39-year-old singer — who is now selling pictures and videos of her feet on the subscription-based platform — opened up about how her spouse feels about the new business venture.

“Yeah, he is, he thinks it’s great,” Allen responded when her co-host Miquita Oliver inquired whether the Stranger Things actor, 49, is “alright” with the OnlyFans account.

“At first, he was like, not turned on, but he was like, ‘Is this a kink for you?’ And I was like, ‘No, it’s totally not a kink,’ but maybe there’s something in the power element of it that’s slightly kinky for me.”

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Oliver then joked, “I think attention and power will always be a lifelong kink for you. And we’re just kind of surfing both. So, yeah, I bet you’re having a great time.”

Allen, the daughter of actor Keith Allen and film producer Alison Owen, agreed with her co-cost, noting that she was “devoid of both” in childhood.” The artist added, “So, look, I’m just having my day in the sun.”

Allen, who has been married to Harbour since 2020, recently launched her OnlyFans page and so far has eight posts available for interested connoisseurs to unlock for $10 monthly. She took to her Instagram Story earlier in the week to share a sneak peek at her latest upload: a video of her bare feet resting beside a fountain in Italy.

“La dolce feeta,” she wrote, adding a link to her OnlyFans profile.

The news arrived about two weeks after Allen revealed on an episode of her Miss Me? pod that she was considering selling foot content.

“I have a lady that comes and does my nails,” she told Oliver. “They informed me that I have five stars on WikiFeet, which is quite rare. My feet are rated quite highly on the internet.”

“She said that I could make a lot of money from selling foot content on OnlyFans,” Allen added. “And I’m like, ‘Not no.’”

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