Lily Allen displays her make-up free complexion on shopping trip in Notting Hill

Lily Allen stepped out for a shopping trip in Notting Hill on Tuesday, after receiving backlash for declaring Boris Johnson was appointed as the UK’s Prime Minister due to the country’s ‘deep rooted racism and misogyny’ in last week’s General Election.

Earlier this month, the singer, 34, was believed to have deleted her Twitter account because of the voting controversy, but has since denied the claims.

Songstress Lily appeared to brush aside the recent drama as she went make-up free while out and about in the affluent district of west London

Care-free: Lily Allen stepped out for a shopping trip in Notting Hill on Tuesday, after deleting her Twitter account following the General Election last week

Care-free: Lily Allen stepped out for a shopping trip in Notting Hill on Tuesday, after deleting her Twitter account following the General Election last week

Wrapping up against the chilly climes, the Smile hitmaker kept warm in a black longline coat, which she teamed with a cosy jumper and grey running tights.

The brunette nailed sporty chic as she rounded off her appearance with box-fresh white trainers.

Lily wore her shoulder-length tresses in a tousled half up half down style to put her naturally clear complexion on full display.

In her own world: The singer, 34, appeared to brush aside the recent drama as she went make-up free while out and about in the affluent district of west London

In her own world: The singer, 34, appeared to brush aside the recent drama as she went make-up free while out and about in the affluent district of west London

Outspoken: The musician received backlash for declaring the Conservative's Boris Johnson (pictured last week) was appointed as the UK's Prime Minister due to the country's 'deep rooted racism and misogyny'

She's a fan: Lily has publicly supported Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn's campaign (pictured last week)

Outspoken: The musician received backlash for declaring the Conservative’s Boris Johnson (L last week) was appointed as the UK’s Prime Minister due to the country’s ‘deep rooted racism and misogyny’ (R: Labour’s Jeremy Corbyn last week)

Earlier this month, Lily deleted her Twitter account as she claimed the platform is used to ‘spread disinformation and lies’ after the Conservatives’ win, explained in an impassioned message on Instagram.

The singer has limited her social media presence following a furious tweet from Piers Morgan, who wrote: ‘I think I speak for Britain when I say if @lilyallen doesn’t like it here, why doesn’t she f*** off?’ 

In a series of posts on Instagram, the media personality shared her reasons behind deleting her account, insisting the platforms ‘have given a voice to the far right’. 

However, the musician – who publicly supported Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn’s campaign – admitted she was not ready to delete her Instagram account.  

She's out: Earlier this month, Lily deleted her Twitter account as she claimed the platform is used to 'spread disinformation and lies' after the Conservatives' win

She’s out: Earlier this month, Lily deleted her Twitter account as she claimed the platform is used to ‘spread disinformation and lies’ after the Conservatives’ win

Not holding back: Presenter Piers Morgan hit out at Lily after she appeared to delete her social media account

Not holding back: Presenter Piers Morgan hit out at Lily after she appeared to delete her social media account

Lily said: ‘It’s been reported that I deleted my Twitter because I couldn’t handle the abuse and humiliation that I got in the wake of my comments.

‘I deleted my Twitter because I really believe that these platforms have given a voice to the far right, and they use them to spread disinformation and lies, which will win them elections and ruin people’s lives. If they didn’t exist we wouldn’t be here. 

‘I want to delete my Instagram too but I am just not there yet. I so wish I was.’ 

 

Candid: In a series of posts on Instagram, the media personality shared her reasons behind deleting her account, insisting the platforms 'have given a voice to the far right'

Speaking out: The award-winning artist shared her thoughts in the emotive message

Candid: In a series of posts on Instagram, the media personality shared her reasons behind deleting her account, insisting the platforms ‘have given a voice to the far right’

Support: She also re-tweeted a string of posts slamming the overwhelming majority of voters who voted for Boris

Support: She also re-tweeted a string of posts slamming the overwhelming majority of voters who voted for Boris

Her Twitter page, @lilyallen, remains blank and displays a message which reads: ‘This account doesn’t exist’. 

After the results were announced on Friday, she posted an image of a sad face emoji, alongside the caption: ‘Some say it was Brexit, some day it was Jeremy [Corbyn], personally, and I know no one wants to hear it.

‘I think that racism and misogyny runs so so deep in this country and that Boris won because of his attitude towards those things and not in spite of them.’ [sic] 

She retweeted a post which read: ‘Vote for your kids to die with no healthcare and less brown ppl but the joke is capitalism needs cheap foreign workers to exploit so will NEVER reduce immigration so jokes on.’  

Telling: After the results were announced on Friday, she posted an image of a sad face emoji, alongside a length caption

Telling: After the results were announced on Friday, she posted an image of a sad face emoji, alongside a length caption

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