Adele closed out the North American leg of her world tour on a personal note.
The 28-year-old singer -- who still has a few more tour dates in New Zealand and Australia next year -- performed in Phoenix, Arizona, on Monday night, and upon finishing her performance, announced that she would be taking a long break from music. "Give it up for me, I did it!" she declared during her sold-out show. "I’ll see you on the other side. In a couple of years I'll be back. You won’t be able to get rid of me."
Before exiting the stage, she added, "I'm going to have another baby."
ET reached out to the GRAMMY winner's rep about this comment.
Adele's 4-year-old son, Angelo, whom she shares with longtime boyfriend Simon Konecki, was also excited to welcome his mother home, and made her a sign that read: "Mummy you did it!!!"
"I just finished my 107 shows in 10 months. 100 percent live every night. I bloody smashed it, even if I do say so myself,” she captioned the pic of her son's sign. "You lot have been incredible, every night you’ve been so beautiful, loving and engaged."
I just finished my 107 shows in 10 months. 100% live every night. I bloody smashed it, even if I do say so myself. You lot have been incredible, every night you've been so beautiful, loving and engaged. My band and my crew you made the whole thing turn. And my beautiful family made it easy for me to do. Big love x
In the December issue of Vanity Fair, Adele got quite candid about her struggles after giving birth to Angelo, revealing that she had "really bad postpartum depression."
"My knowledge of postpartum -- or post-natal, as we call it in England -- is that you don’t want to be with your child; you’re worried you might hurt your child; you’re worried you weren’t doing a good job," she explained. "But I was obsessed with my child. I felt very inadequate; I felt like I’d made the worst decision of my life. It can come in many different forms. Eventually I just said, I’m going to give myself an afternoon a week, just to do whatever the f**k I want without my baby. A friend of mine said, ‘Really? Don’t you feel bad?’ I said, I do, but not as bad as I’d feel if I didn’t do it."