She may live in Los Angeles in a gorgeous $ 9.5 million mansion, but that doesn’t mean she’s forgotten her British roots.
And recalling her home on a tour in her last interview with Vogue, Adele was seen answering a series of quick British-themed questions as she took part in the iconic publication’s 73 Questions series on Thursday.
Unsurprisingly, the royal family appeared as Adele was forced to choose between Prince William and Prince Harry.
Cheeky: Adele was forced to choose between Prince William and Prince Harry as she took part in a series of British-themed quick questions for Vogue on Thursday
In the video shared online, Adele is asked to pick her favorite from the Royals.
She has been seen entering her house from the garden and turns to the camera with a huge smile on her face, as she responds, “Prince… Harry.”
This is not the first time that Adele has spoken of her love for Prince Harry, as she has previously joked that she would like to go out “in the evening” with the Duke of Sussex.
In an interview with Glamor in 2011, Adele teased that she wanted to marry Prince Harry as she confessed to having a crush on him.
Royal Choice: The Grammy Award winner chose Prince Harry over brother William, Adele revealing in a previous interview that she had a crush on the Duke of Sussex
She said: “I am after Prince Harry. I know I said I wouldn’t date a ginger, but it’s Prince Harry! I would then be a real duchess.
“I would love to go out for a night with him, he looks like a good laugh,” the singer revealed.
Adele, however, added that she had dated other celebrities before and didn’t like it.
She added, “I’ve had a few celebrity dates but I don’t like it. You go out and everyone is looking at you both. I’m not going to say who.
“We go to really established places that know how to keep their fucking mouths shut. But then, everyone wants to fuck a celebrity, so I wouldn’t trust them.
During her recent round of quick questions, Adele also reaffirmed her love for the Spice Girls by choosing them over the legendary group The Beatles.
Fun: Adele appeared on Vogue’s 73 Questions series from her $ 9.5 million Los Angeles home as she opened doors for fans
Loyal: Adele was also seen reaffirming her love for the Spice Girls, as she chose the iconic girl group over the legendary group The Beatles
Big fan: Adele said what she loves most about the Spice Girls is their “brash”
Forced to choose between the iconic girl group and The Beatles, Adele replied, “I mean, it’s a little unfair, but I’m going to go to the Spice Girls.”
Big fan of the Spice Girls – made up of Emma Bunton, Mel B, Mel C, Geri Horner and Victoria Beckham – Adele has revealed what she loves most about the group.
“They really don’t care. They really, really don’t care. And I just think of their brash and stuff like that, ”she said.
Adele also chose Blur over Oasis and Liam Gallagher over her brother Noel, declaring on camera: “Definitely Liam, definitely.”
She also revealed that her most precious possession was a piece of Celine Dion gum that James Corden kept and then framed for her.
Perfect pad: The singer gave fans a glimpse of her immaculately styled home, as she unpacked her groceries in her kitchen
Chic: The open kitchen opens onto a living / dining area where Adele was seen having a cup of tea at the table
The 18-minute video saw Adele opening the doors to her immaculately styled LA home, which features a “very English” garden and an open kitchen.
At the start of the video, Adele was seen unloading paper bags from her luxury car, with the star’s large door visible in the background, before heading to the kitchen to tidy up her store. healthy food.
Housing a huge island and teal units, the kitchen then opens up to a modern living room space, centered around a huge fireplace and shelving unit, with Adele seated at the dining table enjoying a cup of tea. during the conversation.
Large: The home of hitmaker Rolling In The Deep was perfectly styled inside
Beautiful: it also has a ‘very English’ garden outside which includes a huge play area for Adele’s eight-year-old son Angelo.
It was among Adele’s last shots with US Vogue and British Vogue ahead of the release of her new single Easy On Me last week – her first musical release in five years.
It is the first track from her upcoming album, 30, set for release in November, the record reflecting Adele’s divorce from ex-husband Simon Konecki, with whom she shares her eight-year-old son Angelo.
Opening up on the split in her interview with British Vogue, Adele said: “When I was 30 my whole life fell apart and I had no warning of it. It just wasn’t… It wasn’t fair to me anymore.
“I didn’t want to end up like a lot of other people I knew. I wasn’t miserable, miserable, but I would have been miserable if I hadn’t put myself first. But, yeah, nothing bad happened or anything like that.
Just Home: Adele looked at the picture of happiness as she took the fans on the grand tour