Adele and her estranged husband Simon Konecki are reportedly living across the street from each other in Los Angeles.
The singer, 32, and the businessman, 46, are said to have made the decision to be neighbours for the sake of their son, Angelo, seven.
A source told People: ‘They are doing what’s best for Angelo. Her son is her world.
‘She helps Angelo with schoolwork and cooks. She very much enjoys being a stay-at-home mum right now’.
MailOnline has contacted Adele’s representatives for comment.
Adele and Simon first began dating in 2011 and welcomed their son the following year in 2012.
The pair then married four years later, wedding in secret, with Adele choosing to address their wedding for the first time during an acceptance speech at the Grammys in 2017.
Adele first confirmed her split from Simon earlier this year and filed for divorce in September, with her ex reportedly agreeing to joint custody of their son Angelo just days later.
At the time, a source told People the former couple are ‘staying friendly’ for the sake of their son.
‘They’re raising Angelo with love, warmth and real respect for each other,’ the insider claimed. ‘Adele and Simon are eager to stay friendly because of their child.’
A month after filing for divorce, Adele was romantically linked to British rapper and Grime artist Skepta, but it was claimed their relationship was never ‘serious’.
In December, reports surfaced suggesting Adele has since ‘grown closer’ to US record producer Jonathan Hay, who she is thought to have met earlier this year in New York at Quad Recording Studios.
Adele became a body positivity icon for her larger figure when she first rose to global stardom, proudly declaring on 60 Minutes in 2012: ‘I don’t wanna be some skinny mini with my t**s out. I really don’t wanna do it.’
However she became noticeably slimmer in 2016 and that year a source told the Daily Mail she was relying on the ‘Sirtfood Diet.’
And the singer is reportedly in a good place both ‘physically and mentally’ following her dramatic seven stone weight loss.