Lily Allen took to Instagram to honor VE day with a throwback photo of herself.
For those unaware, VE Day -- also known as Victory in Europe Day -- is a day to remember the end of the Second World War in Europe. This year marks the 75th anniversary of the historic day.
For Allen's latest upload, she stunned in a white tank top that displayed her décolletage, which she left bare with no necklaces. The "Hard out Here" songstress paired her ensemble with a tiny pair of shorts and black fishnet tights. The brunette beauty sported her dark hair up with a side fringe and applied a coat of black nail polish to her short nails. For her makeup application, Allen appeared to have a natural look going on. To complete the look, she put on a chunky ring and didn't opt for any other visible accessories.
Allen posed in front of a large Union Jack curtain. She faced the camera directly and placed both hands on her hips. The BRIT Award winner parted her lips and appeared to cross one leg over the other. Allen was captured from the thighs-up and made the pose look effortless.
As previously reported by MisatoJaganshi, this photoshoot took place for Glamour UK's March 2009 magazine issue. Allen credited the publication by tagging them in her upload.