She may be best known for her heartache-infused songs, but it seems like Adele has finally found true love.

The Londoner gushed about her new partner, American sports agent Rich Paul, in a new interview with Elle magazine.

In it, she says she is 'obsessed' with Paul, whom she has been dating since 2021, and says "I’ve never been in love like this."

The pair allegedly met at a party and went public with their relationship at an NBA game. Paul is founder of the Klutch Sports Group, which represents LeBron James and a host of other high-profile basketball players.

In the same interview, the normally-private singer also confirmed that she would like to get married again but is not engaged to Paul, despite wearing a large diamond ring in public - including on the Graham Norton Show in recent months. She was previously married to charity boss Simon Konecki, and the pair share a 9-year-old son, Angelo. Paul, meanwhile, has three daughters from a previous relationship.

However, the pair have both said that they are open to having more kids - although Adele says that she is focused on her Las Vegas residency for now.

"I definitely want more kids," she said. "I’m a homemaker and I’m a matriarch, and a stable life helps me with my music. But right now, all I got in my brain is Vegas. I wanna f****** nail it."

Paul, meanwhile, said in an interview with E! News several months ago: "As a young dad, growing a business, it was pretty tough. But now looking as an older dad, if I was to have more kids, I’m looking forward to being a different dad."

Adele also spoke about the reason that she postponed her Vegas residency at the 11th hour earlier this year. The 'Weekends with Adele' residency was due to begin on January 21st, but she shocked fans by pulling the plug the day before.

"There was just no soul in it,” she said, although she cited delays and issues with the production were due to Covid at the time. "The stage setup wasn’t right. It was very disconnected from me and my band, and it lacked intimacy. And maybe I tried too hard to give it those things in such a controlled environment."

Now, she says, the residency is "really nostalgic" and will "tell the story of the beginning of my career to now."

It will now run from November 2022 to March 2023 at Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas.