Adele hopes there will be more children in the future.
“I’d definitely like to have a few more kids,” Adele told host Lauren Laverne, after being asked how she envisions her life 10 years from now.
“It would be great if we can do that. If not, I’ve got Angelo. I just want to be happy.”
Adele, 34, shares 9-year-old son Angelo with her ex-husband, Simon Konecki. The two finalized their divorce in April 2019.
Despite their split, the “Easy On Me” singer admitted that co-parenting with Konecki, 48, was easier than she thought it would be.
“It was never really difficult because we are such good friends. Over my corpse lies my child with a messy divorce in his life,” she said in the podcast.
“There are no problems and there were no problems, so I think it was easier to make sure that didn’t happen. I was blessed with him and he is simply the best. I certainly approached it all with grace, and I think that really paid off.”
As for her current boyfriend, Paul, 40, certainly knows a thing or two about co-parenting. The sports agent experienced fatherhood at a “very young” age, raising his three children while trying to grow his business.
Paul previously said in a profile for the New Yorker that if and when he has more childrenhe “looks forward to being a different father – a more patient father.”
As Page six previously reportedthe couple went Instagram official in September 2021. The announcement came shortly after the two were seen sitting side by side on the floor during an NBA game in July of that year.
Despite their recent public outings, Adele still likes to keep her life as a friend and mother as “private” as possible.
The “Someone Like You” singer said in the podcast that she “loves being a mother” and embraces how motherhood has changed her in “good, bad and strange” ways. She also explained how the apple didn’t fall too far from the tree, as her son is seemingly following in her musical footsteps.
“Angelo just fell in love with music… we sit down and have the most intense conversations about music,” she explained.
“We sit down and we listen to these songs together and we pick them apart. And when we talk about it, he says, “What do you think this means?” I’m like, ‘I don’t know. It can mean this, it can mean that.’ It’s just heavenly.”