Adele is reportedly "perfectly happy being single" after her divorce from ex Simon Konecki was finalised.
With the 32 year old singer making headlines over her dramatic seven-stone weight loss, the public have now turned to question how her love life is going.
However, a source close to the Hello hitmaker has come forward to reveal what we all knew all along: Adele is happy on her own and doesn't need anyone.
Speaking to Hollywood Life, the insider said: "She doesn't need a man to be happy. Right now, her focus is on being a mom and on her music."
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They continued by explaining that Adele and her 46 year old ex-husband Simon, who are thought to live across the street from each other, are doing everything they can to make sure their seven year old son Angelo is "happy and well-adjusted".
"They truly put their son first; it's really admirable how civilised they are," they added.
When the doting mum-of-one isn't spending time with her son, she's busy working on her slim figure.
To achieve her new look, the star was recently reported to have had the help of a fitness guru who also trained Lady Gaga, as well as a chef that came highly recommended by Hollywood film star Cameron Diaz.
Adele's Los Angeles doctor Dominique Fradin-Read has also come forward to dish out further secrets to how the star managed to gain her enviable figure.
Speaking to US Weekly, Dominique explained that slimming down is not solely due to exercise but also on a person's willingness to change their bad habits.
"I start by telling my patients that when it comes to weight loss, diet and exercise alone will not be enough in most cases," she told the publication.
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"That is why many patients that come to us have tried to lose weight, they did lose somewhat but put everything back on and often even more.
"For a successful and sustainable weight loss, we need to look at the whole person and not just address the weight upfront."
She continued by insisting that the key to sustainable weight loss lies in forming new habits and letting go of old ones while also managing a person's mood, sleeping patterns and stress.
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Dr. Dominique continued: "We look at habits – why is it that most of us will be good all day and crash at night?
"We evaluate stress and sleep. We talk about mood and mental health. When all these elements are addressed, then we can start a personalised diet…
"And recommend exercise as needed and it will work."
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