Adele may be free and single but she is apparently not yet ready to mingle as she is enjoying being by herself.
The 32-year-old singer unveiled her dramatic seven-stone weight loss in a photo on her birthday that left many fans stunned.
She has also seen her divorce from ex husband Simon Konecki finalised but the Someone Like You singer is reportedly not looking to hook up with anyone else quite yet.
The Sun has reported that Adele is “perfectly happy single” as she pours her energies into a new album as well as her current health kick.
Insiders have said that Adele, who has seven-year-old son Angelo with her former husband, is not looking for “a man to be happy.”
A source told Hollywood Life that she is “right now, her focus is on being a mum and on her music.”
They also added that despite the break-up of his parents, Angelo is “happy and well-adjusted.”
The source added: “They truly put their son first; it’s really admirable how civilised they are.”
Simon has stayed close to the family home since the divorce and reportedly only lives yards away, across the road, so that he can be involved in co-parenting their son.
But it seemed Adele and Simon have no plans on changing their living situation any time soon.
“They are doing what’s best for Angelo,” a source told People. “Her son is her world.”
Adele swapped her super star lifestyle for being a stay-at-home mum to Angelo during the pandemic – and she loves it.
The chart-topper has been cooking up a storm and helping her son with his schoolwork.
“She helps Angelo with schoolwork and cooks. She very much enjoys being a stay-at-home mom right now,” the source shared.
Adele undertook a massive overhaul of her diet so that she is now only having 1,000 calories a day.
The Sunday Mirror reported that a source close to the singer said that she got help from specialists, including Los Angeles-based trainer Harley Pasternak.
He has a roster of A-list clients which include Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande.
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