Closing the curtains on her 107th show in just 10 months, an elated Adele couldn’t contain her excitement. And what she also couldn’t seem to contain was her eagerness to have another baby…
On November 21, the 28-year-old finished her North American leg of her tour in Phoenix, waving goodbye to her fans as she announced that after this tour, she was “going to have another baby”.
“Give it up for me,” she said as Rolling In The Deep played in the background. “I did it!”
'I’ll see you on the other side,” she told the sold-out crowd.
Then, as she was leaving the stage she said: “I’m going to have another baby!’
This is-it-true-or-isn't-it admission from the Grammy Award winner certainly has us scrathing our heads.
This comes almost one month after it was revealed that the 28-year-old struggled with post-natal depression after the birth of her now-four-year-old son, Angelo.
As reported by The Weekly, Adele also said that she was “too scared” to have another child.
“I had really bad postpartum depression after I had my son, and it frightened me,” she bravely opened up to Vanity Fair.
“I felt very inadequate.”
Adele is bringing Adele Live to Australia in March, with the tour expected to wrap up in Auckland at the end of that month.