Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 16 April 2014

Adele writing children’s book

Adele

Adele wants to memorialise her early years as a mother by writing a tome for kids.

The 25-year-old British singer welcomed her and partner Simon Konecki’s little boy Angelo last October and she enjoys motherhood so much that she feels the need to memorialise her experience in a tome.

Adele loves the idea. It won’t reveal anything too personal as that’s not her style,” a source told UK newspaper the Daily Star.

“But the book will be something she can have as a memory of her early days as a mum and also something she can dedicate to her son. Everyone is very excited.”

Executives at top publishing house Puffin have reportedly approached her with an offer and it is said that Adele is ready to close a deal.

All parties involved in the book feel that it will be a great success.

“The children’s book market is flourishing with celebrities and Puffin have watched Adele’s huge climb to super stardom,” the insider said.

“Everything Adele touches turns to gold and this would rocket the way J K Rowling and Harry Potter did.”

It has been suggested Adele and her fiancé Simon tied the knot this summer under the radar.

The award-winning singer is believed to have happily posed for a photograph while attending a Robbie Williams concert in London in July. The snap, which was posted on a fan's Twitter page, sees Adele beaming as she puts her left hand on her chest - clearly revealing two diamond encrusted bands on her ring finger.

Adele's grandmother has dismissed the latest round of wedding rumours, saying: "She has not got married."

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