Adele found the aftermath of her separation from her husband, Simon Koneki, "very hard," admitted her close friend and songwriter.
31-year-old singer Rolling in a deep singer is a new single after splitting from Simon some time ago – although they made officially last month after an eight-year relationship and three years of marriage.
Adele and the charity executive Simon share their six-year-old son Angelo and are committed to raising "love," the statement said.
And bestie of Adele Ryan Tedder revealed that the singer is not difficult to cope with life as a mom.
"I see him quite often, I think he is in a good place," he told us Weekly.
"It was very difficult … but she is in a good place, surely".
It came after Adele celebrated his 31st birthday earlier this week, sharing pictures of his fantastic fun with a poignant message to Instagram.
"This is 31 … I thank the f ** king's god," she writes.
"30 has tried so hard, but I own it and I try hardest to rely on it all. No matter how long we are here for life, it's constantly and complicated at times.
"I've changed drastically in the last few years and I'm still changing and that's fine." 31 will be a great ol 'year and I will spend it all on myself. "
She continued: "For the first time in a decade, I'm ready to feel the world around me and look up again. Be kind to yourself, people are just people, we go slowly, we lower the phone and laugh loudly on every occasion.
"Learning to really love is that, and I just realized that it's more than enough. I'll learn to love you a lot at the end," she joked.
"The Count of Wild DJs, 30, will be a bass record of drums and bass to swear."
It came because of the rumor that Adele was willing to move from her broken marriage to apply to A-Lister dating application.
She said she subscribed to a dating application Raya, which can boast a large number of stars among its numbers.
Hollywood stars Drew Barrymore and Sharon Stone turned into online dating through the application, hoping to meet Eden.
"It's a big move for Adele, She was persuaded to do it from her friends," an insider told The Daily Star.
"It goes out so rarely and is recognized almost everywhere it goes. It seems to be the most viable way to date."