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Adele Fans Are Loving The Subtle Nod To Her London Roots In Rare LA Living Room Pic

The Hello singer shared a photo from her California home on Instagram over the weekend.

Adele got fans talking over the weekend with a rare photo from her home in LA, but a lot of people are only now noticing one particular design feature, which pays homage to her North London hometown.

On Saturday night, Adele shared some pictures of herself on Instagram, in which she was seen re-watching her iconic Glastonbury set and trying on her outfit from the 2016 performance, remarking that she was “five ciders in” as she enjoyed her nostalgia trip.

However, upon closer inspection, many fans eyes were drawn to the window of her California home, more specifically what appeared to be the tube stop for her old stomping ground, Tottenham Hale.

“You reckon that’s a custom-made Tottenham Hale sign in her back garden?” one asked. “London gal forever.”

Another replied that she “noticed that last night”, joking: “I must have been very tired cus I was like, ’oh she’s in London, and lives really near the tube.”

Others also pointed out the nod to Tottenham on Twitter, praising the singer for keeping such a unique reminder of her roots in her LA house...

Also in the star’s Instagram comments was fellow British musician (and Adele’s rumoured boyfriend) Skepta, who joked: “Finally got your Instagram password lol.”

She then responded with hearts and winking face emojis.

Adele previously sang about her relationship with where she grew up on her debut single Hometown Glory, revisiting this theme on the 25 album cut River Lea.

It’s now been almost five years since Adele released new music, and fans are seemingly getting impatient for her impending fourth album.

When Adele posted a photo of herself at Glastonbury, one of her followers commented: “Teaser? Albums coming out today???!!!! Tell me now!!!!”

She wrote back: “Of course it’s not. Corona ain’t over. I’m quarantining. Wear a mask and be patient.”

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