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The 33-year-old musician shared a number of snaps of herself wearing a dress - clearly out and about for a formal occasion - but one of them included Paul, a sports agent, wearing a smart suit to match Adele's dress.
She simply captioned the post with a love heart emoji, and it's already been liked nearly two million times.
In Paul's work, he acts as a representative for some of the biggest names in US sport, including basketball players LeBron James, John Wall, Anthony Davis, and Ben Simmons.
In fact, the pictures posted were taken in a photobooth at the wedding of Los Angeles Lakers star Davis, who tied the knot with partner Marlen P at a star-studded event attended by Space Jam: A New Legacy star James, as well as fellow NBA big-shot Russell Westbrook.
Paul is worth a reported £33 million, and has negotiated for around £73 million in deals that remain active for his clients during the course of his career.
Basically, it seems as if he's pretty damn good at what he does.
Adele recently divorced from her husband Simon Konecki, with the pair announced their split earlier this year.
They'd been separated since April 2019.
However, the pair still have shared custody over their eight-year-old son Angelo.
Announcing that split, the singer released a statement to the Associated Press that simply read: "Adele and her partner have separated.
"They are committed to raising their son together lovingly.
"As always they ask for privacy. There will be no further comment."
Meanwhile, Adele's career continues to go from strength to strength, with her last record 25 selling 23 million copies worldwide since releasing in 2015.
It has been rumoured that she'll be releasing another as-yet-untitled record later this year, and the Mirror reports that she'll also be performing a massive gig in Las Vegas that could be broadcast all around the world.
A source said: "Adele's new album is the most highly-anticipated record of the year. It's been a long time coming but her label wants it released before Christmas and have their sights set on a performance in Vegas.
"Adele and her management have been in talks with BBC America about broadcasting it around the world. This will be one of few performances as part of her promotional tour.
"Obviously with ongoing Covid dramas and concern for safety it could affect recording, but this is the date scheduled right now."
Now, that's not gospel truth just yet, but it would no doubt excite the millions of Adele fans around the world.
Featured Image Credit: Instagram/Adele
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