She's been back in the spotlight this month as she gears up for the hugely anticipated release of her new album.
But Adele is also juggling mummy duties alongside her hectic promo trail, with the star seen carrying her three-year-old son Angelo through JFK airport in New York on Thursday.
The singer's little boy was dressed in a Spider-Man costume, with his dad Simon Konecki following close behind for the family trip.
The British singer, who is releasing her upcoming album, 25, on November 17, was also dressed for comfort in a long black jacket and scarf as the family were escorted through the terminal.
She added a pair of large shades and trainers and swept her hair off her face with an effortless up do.
Simon meanwhile was also dressed down in a green and brown jacket, as he listened to music during the airport dash.
Little Angelo kept close to his mum, as Adele made sure the toddler's Minions rucksack was close by too.
The star, who is in NYC to tape a TV special, has spent the last three years out of the limelight, enjoying time with Angelo and her partner Simon.
And despite revealing that she tried to write about her new life as a mother as she worked on her new album, Adele has decided to keep her experiences with raising her three-year-old private and out of her songs.
The superstar told the New York Times this week that the toddler's life will not become fodder for her music.
'He’s the love of my life and the light of my life, but he’s no one else’s apart from me and his dad.
'So no one else can really relate to that. Also, all my fans aren’t parents, so they wouldn’t want to listen to that,' the down-to-earth singer pointed out.
She added of Angelo: 'he's my paradise' - with the star showing her love for her son through subtle tattoos, including the word paradise on the side of her left hand and her son's name on her right to signify his meaning to her.
The singer also has an 'A' behind her ear.
Adele has been joined by Simon and Angelo as she heads around the world for promo duties for her new album, which follows the surprise release of her new track Hello last month.
Having made her comeback with a suitable tear-jerking song, Adele also recently admitted that we can expect more heart-wrenching tracks on the new album.
Admitting that she cries to her own music, the singer told The New York Times: 'In order for me to feel confident with one of my songs it has to really move me.
'That’s how I know that I’ve written a good song for myself — it’s when I start crying. It’s when I just break out in [expletive] tears in the vocal booth or in the studio, and I’ll need a moment to myself.'