Adele has shared an exciting photo of her new house in Beverly Hills, much to the excitement of the British superstar's fans.
The 34-year-old singer posted an Instagram snap of herself and her boyfriend, Rich Paul, holding a set of keys in front of what is believed to be their first home together, on Wednesday.
A swipe to the right reveals three more photos of the adorable couple, as well as one final image of a strip of paper with the words, 'You have found good company –
enjoy' and a series of digits.
The sweet carousel, which was captioned, "Time Flies," comes just a few days after a 'grateful' Adele went makeup-free for her 34th birthday. It was met with a wave of gushing comments wishing the happy couple well, along with a few less friendly ones demanding an update on the singer's canceled Las Vegas show at Caesars Palace.
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Adele's new house, which was formerly owned by US actor Sylvester Stallone, reportedly costs a whopping $58 million (£47m) and is nestled on 3.5 acres of land in celebrity-brimming Beverly Hills. At 18,587 sq ft, the mansion is understood to have eight bedrooms and 12 bathrooms – making it significantly larger than her previous Adele's English-style home in Los Angeles.
Sylvester completed a large-scale refurbishment of the house before selling it to Adele and Rich, updating its traditional Mediterranean decor to be more contemporary for the modern buyer.
He reportedly installed steel-framed windows and doors in the living quarters and recruited 'King of the Mega mansion', architect Richard Landry, to build a two-story guesthouse for hosting overnight friends and family overnight. The house also features a custom bar, a movie theatre, and a cigar room, as well as a sauna, swimming pool, and gym.
As for its level of privacy, Adele needn't be worried. "It's double gated. You're gated within the community, and then, again, when you get to the house, you're gated," the home's former agent, Jade Mills, told the Mail Online.
It also boasts idyllic views of the city – a luxury many A-listers living in the area are missing.
"A lot of these homes in Beverly Park are big, beautiful homes but don't have a view. This is an exceptional home with land, and it has a view," Mills told People in January.
Emma is a news writer for woman&home and My Imperfect Life. She covers the Royal Family and the entertainment world, as well as the occasional health or lifestyle story. When she's not reporting on the British monarchy and A-list celebs, you can find her whipping up vegan treats and running the roads to cheesy '90s pop music...but not at the same time, obviously.
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