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Adele is having to use sign language to communicate

Get well soon Adele!

Adele has been having an incredibly rough time recently, but we didn’t realise that things had gotten this bad. The singer and national treasure had to cancel two of her shows at Wembley Stadium a few weeks ago due to damaged vocal chords, and now the latest news is that the singer has had to resort to sign language to protect her instrument.

While scoping out schools for her four year old son Angelo, she and her husband Simon Konecki were spotted being shown around by a teacher. According to a The Sun insider, Simon was doing all the talking while Adele tried to make herself understood through gestures and a lot of determination.

The insider revealed, ‘Adele wasn’t making a sound, even if she was asked a direct question by people unaware of her vocal issues she wouldn’t be tempted to answer. It was almost funny at times because [Simon] joked that it was her made-up sign ­language.’

The singer’s vocal problems are nothing to laugh about, as the best medical authorities advised her against performing and another source previously said: ‘The fear is that she won’t be able to sing again.’

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Adele and her family were rumoured to be moving to Los Angeles, however they have since relocated to the UK – hence the school runaround for little Angelo.

The Sun insider continued, ‘It looked like it was really frustrating her and she stroked her throat a few times as if it was hurting her…[The couple] said pretty firmly that they were back in the UK now for good after spending some time in Los Angeles.’

The down-to-earth songstress has not provided any further updates about her medical condition since a heartfelt Instagram post on July 1st, where she admitted she ‘even considered miming’ at her now cancelled Wembley shows. It doesn’t sound good though and it sounds like a lot of vocal rest is exactly what she needs – get well soon, Adele!

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