Lily Allen appeared on Geoff Lloyd’s Hometime Show on Absolute Radio in London the other day, where she discussed her visit to the Amazon Rainforest in Brazil to highlight the plight of the rainforest and how she can’t wait to become a mother.
The singer said it would be a “minimum 4 to 5 years” before she’d release a new album, and the time seemed to point to the growing speculation that she’s pregnant, which Geoff repeatedly hinted at.
“I’d like to have a child within a year. It’ll be a minimum of four or five years before I make a record again,” the 25-year-old, who is currently dating painter and decorator Sam Cooper, told the radio host. “I know what commitment it takes to release an album. I don’t think that mixes well with the idea of settling down and having children, which is ultimately my goal and more of a priority than flying around the world.”
Watch the 2-part interview via YouTube below.
Update: Lily told her Twitter followers (@lilyroseallen) earlier today:
I’m not pregnant. FYI