The ‘Not Fair’ singer Lily Allen – who has always lived in London – plans to quit the British capital city and splash out on a luxurious, £1.3m, five-bedroom home in a Cotswolds village with her boyfriend Sam Cooper.
A source said: “Lily’s had enough of London life. She may only be 24, but she’s done far more than most other girls her age in just a short space of time.”
The singer – who previously sang of her love of London in her hit single ‘LDN’ - reportedly wants to make the move so she is closer to her actor father Keith, who lives in a nearby village with actress Tamzin Malleson and their three-year-old daughter Teddie.
Lily is so keen to make the move, she has already put her three-bedroom flat in north London up for rent at £750 a week.
Lily recently admitted she wants to be a “suburban mum” and raise a family in the countryside.
She said: "People think I'm this super-confident person who's all for female empowerment but it's not true.
"I have every intention of becoming a suburban mum. I want to get married and have children.
"Singing is a great job, but it doesn't leave time for what's important. Like having a family. I'd like to live in the country and have a walled garden, and chickens and pigs."
Last week, the singer revealed she would take a two-year break from the music industry to start a fashion business with her sister.
She said: "I will take one or two years off from recording and performing music. The shop is about making fashion democratic for people."