Singer Lily Allen has urged her Twitter followers to "move on" after she accepted an apology for the abuse directed at her during her latest online spat.
The Ministry of Defence was dragged into the social media row when the singer reported a tweet sent to her by a man claiming to be a serving soldier.
The man, named as Harry Wilson, sent the singer a tweet which read: "All the best with your new family just seen you bought s*** I meant adopted a child from Africa #hero."
Allen, who is a regular tweeter under her married name @lilyrosecooper, reported the comment to the MoD.
Twitter users then targeted her with online abuse.
But she has now told her fans on Twitter: "I have just received some flowers and a hand written apology from Harry Wilson, which I accept. I hope we can all now move on. Thank you."
Allen has been involved in several Twitter disputes in the past.
Last year she used the micro-blogging site to snub Piers Morgan's offer to appear on his Life Stories series and she has also clashed online with Cheryl Cole.