'When you have kids you do look at your parents and think, 'Would I bring up my child the same way?', and the answer is, not necessarily,' she told British newspaper The Sun. 'I was taken to the Glastonbury Festival every year but I won't be taking Ethel there – although that's more for selfish reasons, because I want to go and enjoy myself!'
Lily says she had no regrets in being outspoken but has 'mellowed' since becoming a mother.
'When I first started out in my career, I made quite a lot of controversial statements… I'd say that motherhood has mellowed me along with just age, growing up and having more responsibility,' she explained. 'I don't regret anything I've ever said because it's all part of growing up and I believed it at the time..
'I don't think you should ever feel bad about having strong opinions at any particular time.
And certainly, if something's worth banging on about, I will still do it!'
dance pop, gooey confection
75K EAUs is abysmal
“I still hit the ball, I just can’t run the bases!!!”
contenders for the best punk rock around
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worse than I remembered it being
a contender for the next Michael Jackson
the indie gorgeousness of mood and quiet desperation
smooth jazz and horns
Taylor was no longer my secret