Adele has reportedly splashed out £15,000 on a Victorian-style playhouse for her 18-month-old son Angelo.
Adele has splashed out £15,000 on a playhouse for her son.
The 'Rolling in the Deep' hitmaker - who has 18-month-old Angelo with her partner Simon Konecki - fell in love with the garden toys after seeing them in her friends' houses so decided to buy one for her little boy to enjoy in their south coast home.
A source said: ''Nothing is too much for Angelo as far as Adele is concerned.
''She dotes on that little boy.
''But actually, Adele isn't usually one to splash out on things. She's never been one for the usual celebrity trappings.
''A couple of her friends have the playhouses and she thought it would be the perfect gift.''
The white weatherboard house features three turrets, a veranda and its own picket fence, and can even be wired up to mains electricity.
And the 25-year-old singer hopes Angelo will enjoy playing inside it for many years.
The source added to The Sun newspaper: ''It's the kind of thing he'll never get bored of either -- he'll still be hanging out in it with his mates when he's 10.''
The 'Skyfall' star could easily afford the £15,000 toy as it was revealed earlier this year her company Melted Stone had filed a
turnover of over £30 million, despite Adele not touring or releasing new music.
According to reports at the time, the British star took home £12.1 million, which included a £4.9 million pay package and a £7.2 million dividend.
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