Ballad queen Adele is already the proud mother of a son with nine-year-old Angelo. But that is not the end of family planning. "I would like to have more children," the singer now reveals.
Adele speaks again about wanting more children. According to Britain's The Sun, the singer explained on BBC Radio 4's Desert Island Discs show: "I definitely want to have a few more kids." If this worked, she would find it "wonderful". She wanted to be "just happy" and "if not, I have Angelo". Angelo is her only son so far, whom Adele has with ex-husband Simon Konecki. The two separated in 2019 and divorced in 2021, the little one was born in 2012.
Adele has been in a relationship with sports agent Rich Paul for the past year. "I would like to have more children," Adele said on The Graham Norton Show in February. And just a few months earlier, she had talked about her desire to have children on US television. Her private happiness is probably almost perfect with her son and Paul, as she revealed on Instagram on her 34th birthday. "I've never been happier," she wrote in May.
With a performance in Hyde Park, Adele has just given her first big public concert in about five years. According to the BBC, she explained in front of around 65,000 visitors that she was "so happy" to be back on stage. The singer is now also striking serious tones. At the end of 2021, Adele celebrated her acclaimed comeback after a six-year break.
In early 2022, however, she had to tell her fans in tears that she had to postpone her planned shows in Las Vegas. For example, she now says that she was "devastated". The reaction to the postponement of the performances was "brutal". For several months she felt like an empty shell. She felt everyone's disappointment and feared "abandoning" her fans.
But she also explains: "I'm not going to do a show just because I have to or because people feel let down or we're losing a lot of money." If a show isn't good enough, don't put it on.