On Sunday, Adele posted a picture of herself on social media with sports agent Rich Paul. It’s been reported that she and Paul are dating, and it seems like this is her way of making their relationship Instagram confirmation.
Adele was looking stunning in a strapless black gown with puffy white sleeves and dramatic earrings.
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But it was the photo of her smiling and happy with Paul that really shows her glow:
In March of this year, Adele finalized her divorce from Simon Konecki, her ex-husband with whom she shares custody of their eight-year-old son, Angelo.
She and Paul have been recently seen out together on what appear to be dates, but neither one of them has said they are together. In fact, in a New Yorker profile on Paul published in May, he insisted, “I’m not dating, I’m single. Put that in the story.”
This clarification came after he mentioned a certain iconic pop star and was questioned about his relationship with her. At the time, neither Adele nor Paul seemed ready to share the details of their budding romance, but that seems to have changed. Paul is the founder of Klutch Sports and is number nine on Forbes‘ list of the world’s top 10 most powerful sports agents. He’s the agent for LeBron James, Anthony Davis, Ben Simmons and John Wall and worth an estimated $46 million.
So he and Adele are well matched.
An insider told People in July that the pair were just “casual.”
“It’s not super serious, but they’re having a good time. They have mutual friends in common, so that’s been nice. She’s having fun and being social…[Adele] has relaxed a lot. She’s not quite as private as when she was married.”
“She is living her life and doing great,” the source continued. “She is having a great summer with [her son] Angelo. They are spending most of their time in LA.”
And now she and Paul are spending a little time on Insta.
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