Forward of her long-awaited forthcoming album, Adele is opening up about her life because the launch of her final challenge six years in the past.
The Grammy-award-winning vocalist sat down with each American Vogue and British Vogue for her first interviews since 2016, shortly after the discharge of her diamond-selling “25.” The 33-year-old addressed her divorce from Simon Konecki in 2019, with whom she shares an 8-year-old son, Angelo Adkins.
“My son has had a lot of questions. Really good questions, really innocent questions, that I just don’t have an answer for,” the “Hello” singer confessed earlier than including that Angelo usually asks why the household not lives collectively. She says that selecting to step away from her marriage made her younger son “really unhappy sometimes,” which is a “real wound” for her.
Regardless of figuring out that it was time to go away the wedding, Adele says it was not attributable to scandals. As a substitute, the union was merely not appropriate for her. The usually non-public worldwide star additionally confirmed that she is now courting sports activities agent Wealthy Paul.
Transferring away from her love life, one other urgent subject that followers have been desperate to find out about was her gorgeous weight reduction. She revealed that she dropped 100 kilos in two years after turning into “addicted” to figuring out to alleviate her anxiousness. Whereas dropping pounds was by no means the aim, it was inevitable as she labored out two to 3 occasions a day with trainers. Adele says that she is unphased by individuals making a giant deal about her weight reduction.
“People have been talking about my body for 12 years. They used to talk about it before I lost weight. But yeah, whatever, I don’t care. You don’t need to be overweight to be body-positive. You can be any shape or size.”
In her American Vogue interview, the singer expressed her adoration for Beyoncé and reiterated that “Lemonade” ought to have walked away with the award for Album of the 12 months on the 2017 Grammys. Adele famously acknowledged that in her acceptance speech for the highest honor.
“For my friends who are women of color, it was such a huge acknowledgment for them, of the sort of undermined grief that they go through,” she says of “Lemonade.”
“For her to nail that on the head and also bring in the entire globe? I was like, ‘This album is my album. She just knows what I’m going through.’ That album was not written for me. But yet I could still feel like this is the biggest gift.”