Looks like a new album from Adele might be on its way sooner than expected - although it won't be heard by anyone other than her unborn child.
The singer is said to have recorded a collection of nursery rhymes for her unborn child, which she is said to play to the baby while she is pregnant - to save her own damaged voice from having to sing 'the wheels on the bus' 15 times a day, presumably.
A friend of the singer reveals the recording to The Sun newspaper.
"She has been playing the rhymes to her belly," says a source to the tabloid. "It's so Adele can get her voice as close as possible to the baby so it can hear as many soothing sounds as possible."
The same source also reveals that the singer is spending her pregnancy playing Jenga, Monopoly and Scrabble.
It is widely expected that Adele will release a new track (for grown ups) at the end of the year, when she releases the theme tune to new James Bond movie, Skyfall. It is also expected that her chart-conquering album '21' will be re-released for Christmas.
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