Adele’s partner just surprised her on stage in the sweetest way

All you other halves out there, take note

All you other halves out there, take note

Missing your anniversary celebrations because you’re in the middle of the North American leg of a world tour seems a fairly reasonable excuse. And Adele’s partner, Simon Konecki, appears to be not only an understanding fellow, but also a dab hand at epic anniversary surprises.

During the singer's tour stop in Nashville, Tennessee, on Monday, Simon made the sweetest gesture and publicly professed his love by replacing the singer’s signature concert confetti with handwritten lyrics, with his own handwritten love notes, according to the Daily Mail.

Interspersed within the white shower of confetti, were pink pieces of paper with ‘Happy anniversary’, ‘You are an angel <3’ and ‘Love you long time’, sketched across them (here at MC we collectively melted!). Many of the fans in attendance took to twitter after the gig to share the heart-warming notes they’d collected:

Adele, who was wearing the custom-made Burberry floor-skimming gown that she’s been rocking throughout the tour, added further joy to the unexpected proceedings, by revealing to the crowd that she plans to try for a second baby. ‘My womb is starting to ache a little bit. It’s like, "Baby, baby, baby. Need a baby, need a baby",’ though she confirmed that she’s not pregnant yet by adding ‘I’m not pregnant. I won’t get pregnant until the end of the tour.' Her 107-date world tour is due to finish in November.

The Grammy winning singer currently has a 3-year-old son with Simon, named Angelo James Konecki. Between songs, she confessed to fans that watching him growing up has made her yearn for another baby, the Daily Mail reports: ' My son is about to turn four very, very soon. I’m starting to get very emotional about it because I feel like once they turn four; they’re not really your actual baby anymore.’

With such an amazing, iconic mum and a thoughtful, supportive dad, Angelo’s future brother or sister will be in very good hands indeed.

Gillian Brett