Adele, full name Adele Adkins, has notably slimmed down in the last couple of years. The results of her healthy weight loss transformation could be seen in the latest post on her Instagram page.
One said: “You are glowing!”
Another added: “You look so good” while a third stated: “You are beautiful!”
This is not the first time Adele has attracted attention with her looks.
The mother-of-one has clearly changed her lifestyle in recent years and reportedly shed around seven stone.
Adele joked about her transformation during an appearance on Saturday Night Live last year.
She said: “I know I look really, really different since you last saw me.
“But actually, because of all the Covid restrictions… I had to travel light and I could only bring half of me. And this is the half I chose.”
Apart from her comments on the late night sketch show, she has given very little away on how she slimmed down.
However, Camila Goodis, a personal trainer who worked with the singer, stated Adele would take part in Pilates.
Pilates is a form of low-impact exercise which helps strengthen muscles and improve flexibility.
As well exercising regularly, Camila commented Adele’s results were “90 percent from diet”.
Some reports claim the 33-year-old followed the Sirt Food diet plan.
This is characterised by a list of approved foods and begins with a rigorous phase of drinking green juice and limiting calories.
Camila said: “The first week is intense, green juices and only 1,000 calories. She doesn’t look too thin – she looks amazing.”
Speaking to Express.co.uk, Daniel speculated Adele may have followed an intermittent fasting plan.
This involves eating all foods within a small time frame and fasting for the remaining hours of the day.
He claimed: “Based on the dramatic change it would seem an intermittent fasting diet along with an increase in exercise – possibly pilates or yoga – would have been the most likely plan followed by Adele.
“To assist her, she may have also used insights from a DNA test to reveal any dietary deficiencies or underlying health issues, perhaps around gut health and to understand what type of exercise and foods would work best for her, based on her genetics.”