Adele FLIRTS On Instagram -- Is This Her New Romance?

Adele fuels romance rumours with Skepta after they get flirty on Instagram

While there have been whispers that the celebrity pair have been an item, the messages, that appeared on a photo Adele posted of herself reminiscing about the Glastonbury Music Festival, have got people talking again. The "Hello" hitmaker took a wander down memory lane by joking that liquor prompted her to slip into the hand-embroidered costume she wore 4 many years before.

She followed up with a set of photos, the second of which showed her wearing the Chloe dress she wore for her set at the music festival while looking at that set.

The singer captioned her post, "5 ciders in", and it rapidly racked in hundreds of thousands of likes and feedback.

After sharing the hilarious images, Skepta left a cryptic comment for the Grammy victor.

Her rumored boyfriend responded with a comment that reads: 'Finally got your Instagram password lol'. Adele then replied an similarly flirty reaction, providing him a winking emoji and a crimson coronary heart emoji.

"Corona ain't over. I'm quarantining", she told one commenter wondering if the post was a teaser for a new album, her first since 2015. "I'm here for it", and "Did you take the pic?"

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'Secured queen and king, ' another added.

"No one saw it coming but there's a whirlwind romance going on between Adele and Skepta".

In 2016, the "Shutdown" singer opened up about their friendship in ES Magazine.

Although neither Adele or Skepta have confirmed or denied that they're in a relationship, they reportedly have a "close bond" and "a special connection", according to The Sun "They're spending more and more time together", a source told the outlet in late September.

In the tune "Mic Check", the 37-calendar year-aged emcee seemingly referenced his rumored romance with Adele as he advised that it can be challenging to deal with the fame when somebody is courting "a star". Clues hint that the "Rolling in the Deep" singer may be moving on from her ex-husband with the British rapper and MC.

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