Adele, Angelo James Konecki

Could little Angelo be any more adorable?

We're finally getting a close-up look at Adele and her beau Simon Konecki's 8-month-old son's cute little face.

The 25-year-old Grammy winner stepped out with Angelo this morning in NYC for a trip to the Central Park Zoo. Accompanied by five pals, Adele was snapped holding Angelo in one arm while kids played around the mother-son duo.

Adele, Angelo James Konecki

The "Rolling in the Deep" singer was dressed in a black dress and sunglasses with her hair up in a messy bun on top of her head. Her bundle of joy looked oh so cute in green bottoms, white top and a white hat to protect his face from the sun.

Adele, Angelo and their friends were surrounded by security as they enjoyed themselves for over an hour in the main part of the zoo, checking out snow leopards, polar bears, penguins and other birds and animals.

The gang later headed to the children's petting area for some more four-legged animal fun. There, the kids petted goats and checked out the alpacas. Adele looked happy while introducing Angelo to all of the animals.

Just last week, E! had the exclusive look at Adele and Angelo's outing in the Battersea South area of London. The proud mom pushed her son in a stroller as she walked the streets with her baby boy.

"I've always got on better with boys," Adele said in a 2011 interview with Vogue. "Most of my friends are boys. Like, if I ever have children, I want five boys."

"Boys love their mothers," she clarified, "whereas girls can be so mean to each other."

While the Brit beauty has yet to officially confirm the name Angelo, she has been spotted out and about wearing a necklace with the moniker. Adele welcomed her first son back on Oct. 19 of last year. She and Konecki started dating at the end of 2011.

Keep up the cuteness, little Angelo!

—Reporting by Michelle Falls

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