The superstar singer also spoke about expanding her family one day and said that she hopes to have more children.
Adele is talking candidly about her personal and family life in a new cover story for the September issue of Elle magazine. In it, she revealed that she is head over heels for her boyfriend and wants to have more children after ensuring the success of their Las Vegas residency later this year.
The 15-time Grammy winner said she “absolutely” wants to get married again, but brushed off rumors that she’s engaged or married to sports agent Rich Paul, her boyfriend of a year.
“I’ve never been in love like this. I’m obsessed with him,” she told Elle.
“I’m not married,” she continued. “I’m just in luv! I’m as happy as ever. I might as well get married.”
Elle reports that 34-year-old Adele and 40-year-old Paul were friends for years, but their relationship turned romantic in 2021. The couple is reportedly renovating their house keeping in mind a blended family.
“I definitely want more kids,” Adele told Elle. “I’m a housewife and I’m a matriarch, and a still life helps me with my music. But right now, all that’s on my mind is Vegas. I want to fix that.”
Adele is already mom to 9-year-old Angelou, whom she shares with her ex-husband, Simon Konecki. The two separated in 2019 and got divorced in 2021.
But the “Hello” singer described the early cancellation of her residency show at Caesars Palace as a career low.
“It was the worst moment of my career so far,” she said. “Away. I was so excited about those shows. It was devastating.”
Adele posted a tearful video on January 20, a day before the show’s premiere, announcing that she would be canceling and rescheduling the show. She said she debated whether to go through something she didn’t find authentic.
“It just had no soul,” Adele told Elle. “The stage setup wasn’t perfect. It was so different from me and my band, and it lacked intimacy. And I probably tried too hard to deliver those things in such a controlled environment.”
Adele announced last month that the residency, “Weekends with Adele,” would begin in November and run through March, with shows each Friday and Saturday evenings each week.
“The first few months were really, really tough,” Adele said of the cancellation. “I was embarrassed. But it really made me believe in myself, because it was a very brave act.”
“And I don’t think many people would have done what I did,” she continued. “I’m very proud of myself for standing up for my artistic needs.”