The “Hello” songstress filed a judgement packet with the court on January 15. Their agreement will not be finalized until a judge signs off on it. The duo mutually decided to determine rights to community property and debts through mediation.
Adele, who shares 8-year-old son Angelo with Konecki, filed for divorce in September 2019 after seven years together. “Adele and her partner have separated,” her reps said in a statement to the Associated Press at the time. “They are committed to raising their son together lovingly.” Adele cited irreconcilable differences as the reason for their split.
After announcing her breakup from Konecki, the “Rolling in the Deep” crooner debuted a dramatic weight loss transformation. OK! previously reported that while on vacation in Anguilla with Harry Styles and James Corden, the 32-year-old told a fan that she had lost nearly 100 pounds due to eating healthy and exercising.
Late last year, the “Rumor Has It” singer sparked romance speculation with rapper Skepta. OK! learned that the two have been “friends for years” and they share a “deep connection over music, their shared home neighborhood of Tottenham, London, and being parents to young children.”
A source gushed exclusively to OK! after her triumphant return to the spotlight hosting Saturday Night Live in October that the superstar is ready to put her split from Konecki behind her and is excited for the future.
"Adele feels that 2021 is going to be her best year yet," the insider said, noting that even her friends have noticed a change in the notoriously shy singer and she is finally coming out of her shell and is ready to add actress to her already impressive resume. "Adele's always said she was anti-fame, but she's much more comfortable with the attention these days, and that's because she feels better in her own skin.
"Adele proved she's a natural actress on SNL and has already been approached by some of the biggest studio bosses and celebrities in Hollywood — Brad Pitt, Will Smith and Quentin Tarantino all want to work with her," the insider added.
Daily Mail was the first to report on the $190 million settlement.