Details of Adele’s 140-million-pound divorce from secrets after Simon Konecki’s separation


A judge decided that details of Adele’s divorce from Simon Konecki would never be made public.

A US court has decided that what would happen to the superstar’s £ 140 million fortune after the split will be kept secret.

The singer and boss of the association ended their marriage after eight years together last April.

But it is widely accepted that a pre-development agreement had not been reached.

Adele is preparing for a huge revival with her new album which will be released in September.

It will be his first release since his album 25, five years ago.

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But first, she has legal issues to resolve, but fans are unlikely to find out the details of the settlement.

A source told The Sun: “Divorces in Hollywood can go on for years and become extremely ugly. Adele and Simon clearly do not want this.

“They are both determined to keep the details as confidential as possible for the sake of their son. They are trying to solve their problems. “

Since the breakup, it has been rumored that the singer for Hello has a date with the grime artist Skepta.

But fans want to know what will happen next

She separated from Simon a year ago after meeting in 2011.

They married in 2017 and they have a seven-year-old son, Angelo.

After the split was announced, a source close to the singer said: “In public, Adele says as little as possible about the split.

“But, in private, she was very open to the fact that she and Simon have already divorced.

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“She told her friends that the marriage was over and dusted. “

The star is looking to the future and the world is waiting for his new record, which is due out in six months.

Adele’s collaborator Ryan Tedder says she will wow fans with her new music when she returns with her long-awaited record.

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