Adele Says She’s ‘Obsessed’ With New Boyfriend: ‘Happy As I’ll Ever Be’

Adele is “obsessed” along with her boyfriend and prepared for extra youngsters, the singer shared in an interview revealed Monday for Elle’s September subject.

The entertainer, who filed for divorce from entrepreneur Simon Konecki in 2019, advised the outlet about her present relationship with sports activities agent Wealthy Paul.

“I’ve never been in love like this,” Adele stated of her boyfriend, to whom she was first linked in July 2021.

Although she continued to play coy about engagement rumors, as she’d carried out prior to now, the singer did lastly say that she isn’t engaged, telling Elle that “I just love high-end jewelry, boy!”

“I’m just in loooove! I’m happy as I’ll ever be,” the 34-year-old reportedly stated. “I might as well be married.”

Along with the dialogue of nuptials, Adele additionally stated: “I definitely want more kids. I’m a homemaker and I’m a matriarch, and a stable life helps me with my music.”

Adele and boyfriend Wealthy Paul pose for a photograph throughout a basketball sport on Feb. 20 in Cleveland.

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The singer shares one baby, 9-year-old Angelo, with Konecki. Paul has three youngsters of his personal.

Aside from gushing over Paul in interviews, Adele has continued to make clear the rationale behind her break up from her first husband.

She advised Vogue in October that she “was just going through the motions” and “wasn’t happy.”

“It was just: I want my son to see me really love, and be loved. It’s really important to me,” she stated.

In an interview with Oprah Winfrey the next month, Adele revealed the second that she admitted her marriage was ending.

“I do remember one of my friends, we were answering these questions in this very bougie magazine, and it was something like, ‘What’s something that no one would ever know about you?’” the singer stated on the time.

“And I just said it in front of three of my friends. I was like, ‘I’m really not happy. I’m not living. I’m just plodding along,’” Adele continued. “And I remember there was a lyric that I wrote that I put on a song on [the album] ‘25,’ which was ‘I want to live and not just survive.’ And I definitely felt like that.”