Adele confirmed that she’s “ready to be a mum again soon” as she spoke with a fan during her Weekends With Adele Las Vegas show on Saturday.
In footage shared to TikTok of the encounter, a concertgoer is shown asking Adele for advice regarding the name of her impending arrival, a daughter.
As they chatted about baby names, the Grammy winner explained that she was excited about the idea of becoming a mother-of-two in the near future during her show at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace.
Speaking with the fan, she said: “I really want to be a mom again soon” before revealing that she’s been taking note of potential baby names.
Adele added: “I’ve actually been writing lists. So every time I see a name that I like, I write it down in my phone.”
When asked whether she preferred Spencer or Parker, the British songstress revealed that her boyfriend, Rich Paul, had also been looking into baby names.
“I can’t say Parker because Rich likes that name” she continue and then shared that she loves the name Ray for a girl also.
Her comments come two weeks after Adele broke down in tears as she helped a couple reveal the gender of their unborn baby during one of her recent Las Vegas concerts.
The Hello singer saw a sign in the audience at one of her Weekends With Adele shows that read: “Adele, will you do our gender reveal?”
It was being held up by New York-based fans Chris, the father – who according to his social media page is an illusionist – and expectant mother Shantelle.
The star, who has a residency at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace, said she was “obsessed” with the request – especially as signs aren’t technically allowed into the concert space.
Adele and Paul went public with their relationship in July 2021.
The American sports agent, who has three children from a previous relationship, has also spoken about the possibility of having more children.
He told E! News in 2022: “As a young dad, growing a business, it was pretty tough.
“But now looking as an older dad and my kids being much older, and obviously, if I was to have more kids ... I’m looking forward to being a different dad, a more patient dad.”