Singer Adele reportedly made her husband Rich Paul sign a prenup to protect her $220M fortune

Adele, the American singer, reportedly persuaded her new husband Rich Paul to sign a prenuptial agreement before their’secret’ wedding in order to preserve her $220 million fortune.

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An informant told the gossip blog Deux Moi in November that the singer, 35, officially revealed her marriage to Paul, 41, while at a comedy show in Los Angeles.

It followed months of her referring to the sports agent as her ‘spouse.’

According to RadarOnline, Adele’s pals pushed her to get the prenup in place to protect her assets.

Adele has a $220 million wealth to preserve, according to Celebrity Net Worth, which includes her pay from her Las Vegas residency, the sales of her four albums ($31 million), and another $34 million in digital sales.

Adele’s Las Vegas residency is estimated to make $2 million in gross income every event. If Adele collects half of that sum, she will have made more than any other artist in Vegas history per show.

In addition, the singer has many homes, the most expensive of which are a $11 million estate in West Sussex, England, and a $10.5 million property in Beverly Hills.

She also owns a second home in the 90210 that she bought in 2016 for $9.5 million as well as two townhouses in London valued at $14 million.

In December 2021, Adele bought Sylvester Stallone’s mansion in the gated community of Beverly Park in Los Angeles for $58 million and proceeded to do a total gut job on it, according to TMZ.

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