Adele Is Doing Great Following Simon Konecki Split - Sources Claim She's A 'New Person'
According to a report from Page Six, Adele is doing just fine ever since she split with Simon Konecki. A new report claims that the 31-year-old singer has been spending much of her free time with her son, in addition to working on her personal growth.
Reported by People Magazine, the outlet stated that Adele is feeling like a "new person," moreover, she's eager to continue working on herself and devote her time and energy to the rearing of her child with her ex, Simon, whom with she co-parents well.
Simon and Adele, who have a 6-year-old son named Angelo, broke up back in April of this year following seven years as a couple. A representative for the singer said to the Associated Press around that time that she and Simon were focused on raising their child together.
During the young boy's summer break, claims People, Adele and Angelo were in Utah. An insider described Adele's current "working mother" state as "happy." Moreover, the "Hello" singer has been focusing on eating right and exercising with a personal trainer from her Pilates classes.
The insider said to the outlet that Adele isn't trying to lose weight necessarily, she's trying to feel good, and keep herself in tip-top shape for the sake of her son. Reportedly, Adele is gearing up to release new music near the ending of this year sometime.
Other sources explained to Women's Health Magazine that Adele has found time off with her son, and her breakup with Simon Konecki, to be liberating. She's been feeling more healthy and creative than ever, and creating music has been very therapeutic.
The insider said to the outlet that Adele's next album will be "epic," and she's felt very "fulfilled" as an artist ever since her split with Konecki and spending the summer with her youngest son.
In April, when Konecki and Adele finally broke it off, it came as a big surprise to many of her fans, because they had dated for years and their relationship was kept behind closed doors for the most part.