Adele Is Set to Live in the U.K. Full Time After Canceling Final Shows


Adele Is Set to Live in the U.K. Full Time After Canceling Final Shows


The 'Skyfall' singer is rumored to be planning to give up her Beverly Hills mansion to return to London with her husband and son.
After leaving thousands of fans heartbroken over her canceled final shows, Adele has now planned to leave America and spend more time in her hometown of London. It looks like she's getting homesick, and wishes to live nearer to her friends and family in the British capital.

The "Someone Like You" hitmaker, who purchased a lavish $7 million mansion in Hidden Valley, Beverly Hills last year, is said to be giving up the L.A. mansion to return to London and live there permanently with her husband Simon Konecki and their four-year-old son Angelo. "Adele feels Los Angeles is not quite the place she thought it was," a source tells Daily Star. "Back here [in London], she has her family and close friends who are so important to her."

This comes after the 29-year-old songstress pulled out of her final shows in London last month due to damaged vocal cords. She took to Twitter to reach out to fans in a lengthy statement. "To come home to such a response after so long away doing something I never thought I could pull off but did has blown me away," she wrote. "I'm so desperate to do them that I've considered miming," she added. "But I've never done it and I cannot in a million years do that to you."

Prior to this, Adele seriously considered moving to London after Donald Trump won the election last year. "Adele's gut reaction was to get out of L.A.," a source revealed at that time. "She was so pro-Hillary and was confident the result she favored would happen." However, she later changed her mind. "Now some time has passed, she realizes how great California is, given the schools, lifestyle and weather, and how she's not disturbed as much as she is in the U.K.," the source added.


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