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Adele Just Went Instagram Official with Boyfriend Rich Paul in Schiaparelli Couture

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Adele officially confirmed that she and her sports agent boyfriend Rich Paul are a couple in the most stylish way possible.

In the early hours of Sunday morning, the singer took to Instagram to share a carousel of snapshots from Los Angeles Lakers basketball player Anthony Davis's wedding — and sneakily snuck in an image of her and Paul sweetly posing together in a photo booth in the last slide. Wearing a custom strapless Schiaparelli gown in black with white voluminous sleeves that draped off her shoulders, Adele smiled while resting her head against Rich.

She paired her couture dress with a statement pearl and gold earrings, a dramatic cat eye, and a slicked-back updo.

Adele Rich Paul
Adele Rich Paul

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Adele and Rich first sparked dating rumors earlier this summer when they were spotted together in the stands at the NBA Finals. The next month, the pair attended LeBron James's wife Savannah's birthday party (LeBron is one of Rich's clients). Shortly after, a source told People that the singer seems to be "very happy" in her relationship with Rich and that the couple seems like "they are getting more serious."

"He often brings her around his friends. She seems to be getting along with everyone," a source explained to the outlet at the time. "They act like they are getting more serious." The insider added, "She is having fun dating Rich. They spend a lot of time together. Adele seems very happy."

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