Singer-cum-songwriter Adele has filed for divorce from her husband Simon Konecki, reads the legal documents lodged in the United States. 

Sources claim that the couple was “committed to raising their son together lovingly”.

Adele gave birth to Angelo in 2012. She married Simon Konecki, who is an investment banker turned to be a charity person in 2016, after dating for nearly 5-years. 

Adele is the best-selling singer, born in North London and popular for her chart-topping albums ‘19’, ‘21’ and’25’.   

It continued that the couple has announced their separation in April, after asking for privacy there would be no further statement.  

Their divorce papers were filed at a court in Los Angeles.

Singer Adele Files For Divorce From Simon Konecki /

Adele and Konecki got married in a secret ceremony in 2016, with she publicly addressing their wedding for the first time during a speech at 2017 Grammys, where she thanked her husband.  

Adele’s debut album, which released in 2008 and featured hits including Hometown Glory, and Chasing Pavements, reached the top position in the United Kingdom.  

She won a string of awards and her follow-up, 21, has topped the lists in 30 nations including the UK and the US. 

Adele’s third album, 25, sold a record-breaking 800000 copies in the first week and became the best-selling album of 2015. 

Recent reports claim that she is recording new music, as was pictured entering a recording studio in New York City. 

Therefore, 31-year-old Adele has filed a divorce petition. 

45-year-old Konecki has left his job at Lehman Brothers in 2005, founder of the ethical water company ‘Life Water’. The company and its charity partner ‘Drop 4 Drop’ “fund clean water projects across the globe”.  

Konecki told sources in 2012, “I was originally an investment banker at Lehman Brothers and I was doing well and earning a lot of money, but I got sick of that greedy and corrupted world.”

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