She released her last chart-topping album, 25, in 2015.
And after three years out of the recording studio, insiders report Adele is prepping for a new record.
Sources have told The Sun that he Hello singer has been meeting with her record label in preparation to record her fourth album with a Christmas 2019 release date.
Comeback: After three years out of the recording studio, insiders report Adele is prepping for a new record, meeting with record bosses ahead of a summer of writing
to The Sun, Adele, 30, had a meeting about the project earlier this
month at Sony's offices in London and will spend the summer writing for
A music insider said: 'She's back in the UK and intends to write here. A number of studio musicians have been approached to work with her and she's already penned some of the songs.'
completed a world tour in 2016 and told fans to expect a long break
before her return. She has previously released albums 19 in 2008, 21 in
2011 and 25 three years ago.
The star, who is worth an estimated £102 million, was spotted back in her home city last week as she ventured into a London branch of Marks and Spencer on Tuesday morning.
The singer, 30, called into the retail giant’s High Street Kensington store before making a hasty beeline for the upper floors, which are dominated by large children's-wear and shoe departments.
a parent to son Angelo with husband Simon Konecki, looked relaxed in a
black top and floral skirt as she threaded her way past bold signs
advertising affordable £22.50 shirts and made her way onto the
Hello from the aisle: With an
estimated £102 million in the bank she can afford the best of
everything, but Adele proved she’s still partial to some budget shopping
as she ventured into a London branch of Marks and Spencer on Tuesday
Despite her global fame, shoppers appeared to be completely oblivious to the star, who visited the store during one of its busiest hours.
customers didn't look twice as they made their way up and down a set of
stairs running alongside the escalator, unaware of the
multi-millionaire superstar in their presence.
out should be no problem for Adele, whose last world tour raked in more
than £142 million in combined ticket and merchandise sales.
None the wiser: Despite her global fame, shoppers appeared to be completely oblivious to the star, who visited store during one of its busiest hours
figures made public by her company Remedy Touring LLP Adele pocketed
£42 million of the total amount, with Remedy making an impressive £70
million profit from her 16-month tour, which culminated at Wembley
Stadium last June.
The star earned
more than £9 million from record sales in 2017 alone, despite her last
album - the critically acclaimed 25 - being released three years ago.
She is also rumoured to be considering a lucrative 12-month residency at Las Vegas hotel The Wynn, worth £22 million - or £380,000 per show.
Affordable: The singer made her way past signs advertising shirts for £22.50 - a drop in the ocean to Adele, who is worth more than £100 million
Don't mind me: Fellow customers didn't look twice as they made their way up and down a set of stairs running alongside the escalator, unaware of the multi-millionaire superstar in their presence
No object: Splashing out should be no problem for Adele, whose last world tour raked in more than £142 million in combined ticket and merchandise sales
latest appearance comes just days after she paid her respects to the 72
victims who lost their lives during the Grenfell Tower disaster in
nearby North Kensington last June.
singer joined grime star Stormzy and thousands of mourners to remember
the victims of the disaster as Britain fell silent on the first
anniversary of the deadliest residential fire since the Blitz.
Adele looked emotional among mourners in the shadow of Grenfell Tower and sang along as a gospel choir performed Bill Withers' hit Lean On Me while wreaths were laid and candles were lit in memory of the dead.
The singer, who comes from Tottenham, had also made a discreet appearance at Grenfell last June less than 24 hours after the fire at a vigil, where she was said to have 'hugged and comforted' victims and survivors.
Farewell: The singer cast a glance over her shoulder as she made her way towards the first floor