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We've finally found the definition of #RelationshipGoals and it's Adele and Simon Konecki.
The couple, who have been together for five years and share son Angelo James, have remained fairly out of the limelight since the British songstress took the world by storm with her tear-inducing ballads.
As the two often opt for low-key date nights rather than glossy red carpet appearances together, the fans rarely get a close look at their romance—that was, until Sunday night during the Grammy winner's concert in Nashville.
As fans have documented on social media, concert attendees are typically showered with white confetti toward the end of the show. The strips are notably decorated with handwritten lyrics to Adele's signature songs, like "Rolling in the Deep" and "When We Were Young."
However, in a romantic twist, concert attendees noticed there were pink strips falling from the sky on Sunday, marking a curious change. The colorful notes featured handwritten messages like "I love you," "Love you long time" and "You are an angel" in different handwriting from the originals.
Guests immediately started theorizing that the notes had been crafted by Konecki. After all, they were celebrating their fifth anniversary as a couple.
If you're not already gushing over the romantic move, prepare for this teaser—the singer also reportedly told her crowd the night before that she was feeling the baby itch again.
"My womb is starting to ache a little bit. It's like, 'Baby, baby, baby. Need a baby, need a baby,'" she joked. "I'm not pregnant. I won't get pregnant until the end of the tour."
So, will little Angelo, who is nearing his fourth birthday, become a big brother soon? We'll just have to wait for Adele to put down the mic.