She may live in a gorgeous $9.5 million estate in Los Angeles, but she hasn’t forgotten her British roots.
During Vogue’s renowned 73 Inquiries feature, in which celebrities show fans inside their homes while answering personal questions, the British pop sensation played a game of “This or That”
She was challenged to choose between royal brothers Prince Harry and Prince William after preferring Blur over Oasis and Liam Gallagher over his brother Noel “without a doubt.”
Adele, who is from the United Kingdom, responded with a sly smirk and the words “Prince…Harry.”
Adele has previously expressed her admiration for Prince Harry, joking that she would love to go ‘on a night out’ with the Duke of Sussex.
Adele intimated in a 2011 interview with Glamour that she wanted to marry Prince Harry and admitted to have a crush on him.
She told the magazine, “I’m after Prince Harry. I know I said I wouldn’t go out with a ginger, but it’s Prince Harry! I’d be a real duchess then. I’d love a night out with him, he seems like a right laugh.”
Adele, on the other hand, revealed that she had dated and disliked other celebrities in the past.
She added: ‘I’ve been on a few dates with celebrities but I don’t like it. You go out and everyone looks at you both. I’m not going to say who.
‘We go to really established places that know how to keep their f***ing mouths shut. But then, everyone wants to f*** a celebrity, so I wouldn’t trust them.’
On the day of Meghan and Prince Harry’s wedding in May 2018, however, there were no ill sentiments. In fact, Adele opted to dress up in order to deliver the newlywed couple a suitable congrats greeting.
Adele penned a romantic Instagram post, decked out in a black lace headdress with sequins and carrying a glass of what appeared to be champagne, saying, “Congratulations Meghan and Harry. You’re the most beautiful bride. I can’t stop thinking of how happy Princess Diana is upstairs x.”
Adele is now pals with Harry and Meghan Markle, Harry’s wife. Meghan and Adele “know each other pretty well” and “have a history,” according to Omid Scobie, royal writer and author of Finding Freedom: Harry and Meghan and the Making of a Modern Royal Family.
“They first met when Meghan was supporting the Grenfell fire tragedy victims in London when she was working with the Hubb Community Kitchen to launch the cookbook,” he says. “Adele was actually a regular visitor through the Hubb Community Kitchen, and they really got to know each other through philanthropy. I’m sure we’ll see them collaborating in the future.”