Adele confessed that she was very much in love, that she wanted to marry Rich Paul and have all the intentions of to give as soon as possible a brother to his 9-year-old son Angelo, born from the relationship with his first husband Simon Konecki.
Adele won her first Emmy for the CBS-made and aired television concert, Adele:One Night Only, and fans joined her in the celebration.
Many congratulations under the post on Instagram in which the singer poses embraced to the statuette but also some messages to Sherlock Holmes of those who, looking carefully at the photo of the award on the living room table, have found a clue that it could smell of orange blossom.
Did Adele and her boyfriend Rich Paul get married in secret?
To attract the attention of some particularly attentive followers, a personalized boxed game was placed on the coffee table in the living room of the 34-year-old house in Los Angeles.
The game is called “The Pauls” which made the most mischievous ones suspicious: Is Adele already Mrs. Paul?
The hypothesis of a secret marriage is based on a certainty: the statements made a few weeks ago by Adele in the English edition of Elle in which, without turning too much around.
Adele’s confession about Rich Paul
She confessed that she was very much in love, that she wanted to marry her partner and have all the intentions of to give as soon as possible a brother to his 9-year-old son Angelo, born from the relationship with his first husband Simon Konecki.
The superstar and the sports agent first met at a party a few years ago but the spark struck in the spring of 2021: the relationship remained a secret for a while and then went public in the summer.
Speaking to Rolling Stone, Adele described her relationship with Rich as the most “incredible, sincere and simple” she has ever been in.
The couple who took a vacation in Sardinia this summer bought their first home together in May, a $ 58 million mega-mansion in the hills of Beverly Hills that belonged to Sylvester Stallone.
“It’s a Rummikub set, in another video he posted I saw the tiles on the table … it’s not Mahjong, more like poker.” wrote a follower, proving herself on the piece.
Among those who question the apostrophe (“if they were married it would be The Pauls, not The Paul’s”), those who see nothing “compromising” in the joking name of a boxed game, and those who already imagine the white dress: what it is what is certain is that, marriage yes marriage no, between Adele and Rich Paul everything is going great.