Back in October, British singer Adele gave birth to her first child … a baby whose name she decided not to announce. Since that time, Adele has remained staunch in her refusal to reveal the child’s name … that is, unless she accidentally revealed the little dude’s name here in LA this week. While out on a shopping excursion, Adele was spotted wearing a name necklace that possibly reveals the name of her child. If so, the revelation is certain to be an accident because, as I said, Adele is really weird about revealing her baby’s name. Wanna know what Adele possibly maybe named her son? Click below to find out.
So far, Adele has kept her baby boy’s name a closely guarded secret. But has she revealed the moniker by keeping it close to her heart? Born in October, the little boy is staying with his mother in Los Angeles during Hollywood’s awards season. On an outing Monday to a favorite baby boutique, Adele – who won a Golden Globe for her James Bond tune “Skyfall” and is scheduled to perform at the Oscars – was spotted wearing a gold necklace featuring the name “Angelo.” Could that be her angel? The singer, who has referred to him as a “little Peanut,” won’t likely say. “I am not sharing his name at the moment. It is very personal to me,” she told PEOPLE backstage at the Golden Globes. “I am enjoying him on my own.” A rep for the singer did not return calls for comment.
We know that the father of Adele‘s baby is Simon Konecki so it’s highly unlikely the “Angelo” necklace has anything to do with him. It seems entirely feasible and likely that Adele slipped up and accidentally revealed her baby’s name without meaning to do so. Again, I don’t really understand the weird need to keep the baby’s name a big secret but, I guess it’s how Adele wants things to be done. Since she’s so private about the baby’s name, I think it’s going to be a very long time before we get to see what the little guy looks like … you know, outside of the wee feet and legs we’ve been able to see thus far. Ah well, I guess we’ll get to know “Angelo” soon enough.