Lily Allen Reveals Husband David Harbour's Reaction to Her 'Slightly Kinky' New OnlyFans Account

"I've got very strict guidelines," Lily Allen said of her new OnlyFans account, which she recently created to sell photos of her feet

<p>Sean Zanni/WireImage</p> Lily Allen and David Harbour on June 10, 2024

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Lily Allen and David Harbour on June 10, 2024

After Lily Allen announced she is starting an OnlyFans account to sell photos of her feet, the singer-songwriter shared her husband David Harbour's reaction to her new venture.

On the Thursday, July 4 episode of BBC Sounds' Miss Me? podcast, which Allen, 39, co-hosts with her friend and television presenter Miquita Oliver, Oliver asked the "Smile" singer how Harbour, 49, is feeling about her decision to sell photos of her feet online.

"Yeah, he is, he thinks it's great," Allen said after Oliver asked whether Harbour is "alright" with the decision. "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."

"I think attention and power will always be a lifelong kink for you," her cohost joked. "And we're just kind of surfing both. So, yeah, I bet you're having a great time." 

"Well, you know what? It's because in childhood, I was devoid of both," Allen responded. "So, look, I'm just having my day in the sun."

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<p>Amy Sussman/WireImage</p> David Harbour and Lily Allen attend the 26th Annual Screen Actors' Guild Awards on January 19, 2020 in Los Angeles, California.

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David Harbour and Lily Allen attend the 26th Annual Screen Actors'Â Guild Awards on January 19, 2020 in Los Angeles, California.

Allen, who has been married to the Stranger Things star since 2020, first appeared to entertain the idea of selling photos of her feet online during a June episode of her Miss Me? podcast. “I have a lady that comes and does my nails,” she said at the time. “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. And I’m like, ‘Not no,’” Allen then joked.

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Allen officially announced her intent to sell feet photos on Tuesday, July 2, when she shared a link to an OnlyFans page on her Instagram Stories over a photo of her feet covered by an Italian flag-styled heart emoji and wrote "La dolce feeta." Also on X (formerly Twitter), she shared the link to her new page on the subscription-based website.

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<p>JUSTIN TALLIS/AFP via Getty</p> Lily Allen and David Harbour on Dec. 14, 2023


Lily Allen and David Harbour on Dec. 14, 2023

"I have been creating foot content for the past week or so for a select group of foot enthusiasts on a specialist social media site," Allen said elsewhere on the July 4 podcast episode. "My toe daddies are very happy with the content I am supplying."

"It ends in the same place that it starts — it's only feet," she clarified after her cohost asked where her new OnlyFans journey may take her. "I've got very strict guidelines. And believe me, these guys are all up in my DMs telling me they want bespoke content and asking me for all kinds of crazy stuff and I take such pleasure in just saying: only feet, only feet."

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