Could Adele be engaged to her hunky boyfriend Rich Paul? Images via Twitter: @mastercardUK

BRIT Awards 2022: Adele’s massive ring sparks engagement rumours

Adele drove fans wild in her custom made Armani Prive gown at the 2022 BRIT Awards on Tuesday. She also left them guessing after sporting a massive rock on her ring finger!


Could Adele be engaged to her hunky boyfriend Rich Paul? Images via Twitter: @mastercardUK

33-year-old Adele was quite the winner at this year’s Brit Awards. The Easy On Me singer walked away with the Best Song Award, snatching the trophy from Ed Sheeran who was also a runner-up for the award. While

her words and stunning looks caught many people’s attention at the event, what raised many eyebrows, was the massive ring she was wearing on her wedding finger.

Engaged or not: Adele leaves fans guessing!

British singer Adele was one of the many dazzling celebrities who were spotted on the red carpet at the 2022 BRIT Awards ceremony that took place at London’s 02 Arena on Tuesday 8 February.

The 33-year-old singer – who was wearing a custom Armani Prive gown – also left her fans guessing after she was spotted wearing an eye-catching diamond ring on her engagement finger.

Adele has been in a relationship with sports agent Rich Paul since early 2021 – so naturally many are under the impression that he’s the one who put the giant rock on her finger.

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According to the Daily Mail, she previously described her romance with him as being the most ‘incredible, openhearted, and easiest’ one she’s ever been in.

This after splitting from her husband Simon Konecki in 2018. The pair got together around 2011 sometime and a few fears later shared a son together.

They now co-parent their nine-year-old son Angelo, who has reportedly already met with his mom’s new love, Rich.

Always a winner

Despite looking stunning and sporting a very suspicious ring, Adele walked away with the prestigious Mastercard Album of the Year, for the third time in her career.

She also became the first-ever recipient of the BRITs’ inaugural Artist of the Year award.

“Thank you, again the company I’m in really is phenomenal. Thanks to everyone I work with. But I want to dedicate this to my son. And his dad. Because it’s about them.

I’m really proud of myself for sticking to my guns and putting out something so personal. It’s not something people do anymore,” she said during her acceptance speech.

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