Adele has become the first act to land 10 weeks at the top of the U.K. album charts since Dire Straits in 1986.
The singer's second album, 21, landed its biggest sales week to date - thanks mainly to pre-Mother's Day sales in Britain - to score the feat.
Meanwhile, her first album, 19, is at two on the new countdown.
Adele fell short of landing chart-toppers in both the singles and album charts - Jennifer Lopez's collaboration with rapper Pitbull, On The Floor, has shot to top of the charts, relegating the Brit's Someone Like You to number two.
Behind Adele in the album chart, Radiohead debut The King Of Limbs at seven and Britney Spears returns to the top 10 with Femme Fatale at eight.