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Adele ‘turns to Beyonce for tour advice’

Published 23/01/2016


Adele is said to be determined to make sure her son Angelo is comfortable when he joins her on tour.

Adele has reportedly been asking Beyonce for tips on how to take her son on tour.

The British singer is due to take to the road in February (16) in support of her album 25, and is scheduled to play 105 dates in the UK, Europe and North America. Determined to have her three-year-old son Angelo with her, Adele is said to have turned to music star Beyonce for tips after she took her and Jay Z’s daughter Blue Ivy, four, on tour with her in the past.

“Adele’s been taking advice from Beyonce and asking for tips,” an insider told Britain’s Closer magazine. “She’s told Adele to take the same bed with them everywhere and put it in the hotel and tour bus, so Angelo has that familiarity wherever he is.

“Angelo is Adele’s priority and she wants him to have the best experience possible without disrupting his routine. This means travelling with several nannies, including one who doubles as a pre-school teacher, plus a separate bus that will play children’s films…”

Angelo’s father is Adele’s partner, charity CEO Simon Konecki, who is apparently too busy to join the singer for the entire tour, but will make visits as regularly as he can. While it’s a big step taking her little one on the journey with her, Adele is said to be taking it in her stride.

“Adele was nervous about taking Angelo on tour, but she’s now excited and determined to make it an amazing trip for him,” the insider smiled.

After all, Angelo had a great impact on her song writing when she began penning new music. The star even admitted to writing a whole new record based on motherhood, which she ended up scrapping as she worried it would be too boring for fans.

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