Adele has reportedly forked out $10.65 million on a second Beverly Hills home, and there is speculation her estranged husband Simon Konecki may move into the property.
Adele has splashed out $10.65 million on a second Beverly Hills home.
The 31-year-old singer/songwriter - who split from her husband Simon Konecki last month - has reportedly forked out the huge sum on a plush property just blocks away from another she paid $9.5 million for three years ago.
According to Variety, there is speculation Simon - with whom she has six-year-old son Angelo - could move into the five-bedroom California contemporary pad.
Adele bought the home from 'Blazing Saddles' producer Michael Hertzberg, who had first listed it for a whopping $13 million in 2018.
The abode features six bathrooms and a sunken living room complete with a fireplace, which leads to a poolside patio.
And if the 'Set Fire to the Rain' hitmaker is in need of more heat further up the house then the master suite, which also features a sitting area complete with fireplace, may well appeal.
What's more, there is a terrace which overlooks the outside pool, and the house features an art studio, and a fitness suite.
Adele is not the only big name to have forked out for a couple of properties in the area.
Cameron Diaz splashed out $9.5 million on a two-residence compound back in 2010, and Katy Perry - who is engaged to Orlando Bloom - is said to have forked out $26.5 million on two homes in a secluded neighbourhood.
Earlier this month, Adele's songwriter Ryan Tedder admitted she is in a ''good place'' since splitting from Simon.
He said: ''I see her quite frequently. I think she's in a good place. It was very difficult ... but she is in a good place, for sure.''
Last month, the 'Hello' hitmaker's representatives released a statement stating she and Simon were hoping to raise their son together ''lovingly.''
The spokesperson said: ''Adele and her partner have separated.
''They are committed to raising their son together lovingly. As always they ask for privacy. There will be no further comment.''
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