Dublin can be heaven for Adele as she treats three-year-old son Angelo to day out in the capital
A carefree mum plays with her giggling toddler son on a swing in Dublin's Merrion Square.
Nothing to see here, you might think - but this mum is none other than singing superstar Adele.
The 'Hello' singer (27) arrived into Dublin two days before her two concerts in the 3 Arena this Friday and Saturday night.
With no obvious entourage and zero fanfare, she and her adorable son Angelo (3) hit The Dead Zoo at the Natural History Museum together.
But the real fun for the pair was over in a children's playground in Merrion Square. The adorable mum and son lay seemingly content on a swing in the park, watching the world go by.
Adele is spending some quality time with her little boy ahead of her sold-out Dublin concerts - and if her Belfast performance in the SSE Arena on Monday night is anything to go by, her fans are in for a treat.
Critics raved about her performance as she treated fans to hits from her 19, 21 and 25 albums as well as her Oscar-winning track, Skyfall.
The Belfast concert was the first of 100 concerts in a sold out tour that will take in 25 countries.
Despite her packed schedule, she also took time out to visit one very special girl on Monday evening - 12-year-old superfan Rebecca Gibney.
Rebecca is terminally ill and her mum had sent an online plea to Adele begging her to make a video for her daughter.
Adele was touched by the plea and was kind enough to visit Rebecca at her home.