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Wednesday 23 July 2014

Adele 'turns to TV nanny'

Adele

Adele is reportedly using a TV nanny to get parenting tips.

The British singer announced she is expecting her first child with her partner Simon Konecki late last week.

Although she isn't that far into her pregnancy, the 24-year-old has already started thinking about the best way to raise her child. Adele has reportedly been impressed with the way a nanny on TV whips children into shape.

"Adele thinks Jo Frost is the business and wants to make her kids as well-behaved as possible," reports British newspaper The Sun.

"She's been watching re-runs of Supernanny - the UK and US versions."

The couple are also thinking about what they will need to buy to look after their child. Adele apparently plans to spurn flashy gadgets in favour of traditional items.

"Adele prefers old-style prams and wooden highchairs," the insider says.

The star confirmed her pregnancy on her blog. Among those to send well wishes were A-list stars Beyoncé Knowles and Jay-Z.

Adele and Simon recently moved into a new home and are planning to turn part of the property into a nursery, with rumours they may splash out as much as £500,000.

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