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American Vogue and British Vogue – Adele Reveals How Working Out Helped Her Anxiety

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Adele Reveals How Working Out Helped Her Anxiety

 

Adele vogue cover

 

The cover star for the November issue of both American Vogue and British Vogue, Adele, a British singer has published a shocking news on Thursday.

 

For British Vogue, the “Chasing Pavements”, the 33 year old British singer was captured by Steven Meisel, rocking a yellow dress and had her hair coiffed in waves.

 

Her last album “25” was released in 2015 – almost 6 years ago. Adele has the November issues of American and British Vogues covered. On Tuesday she confirms her next project will be ready soon, giving her fans a crimps of her next singles “Easy on Me”.

 

For the Vogue cover, she wore green Valentino Haute Couture dress matching it with Cartier earrings, she was captured by a photographer named Alasdair Mclellan.

 

 

“I always say that ’21’ doesn’t belong to me anymore. Everyone else took it into their hearts so much,”. “I’m not letting go of this one. This is my album. I want to share myself with everyone, but I don’t think I’ll ever let this one go.” This, she referred to American Vogue of her 2011 project which won a Grammy for album of the year.

 

Adele mentions her 2019 divorce from Simon Konecki, her relationship with her son Angelo, 9 and struggles mixed with anxiety, all these she included in both cover stories.

 

“My anxiety was so terrible, I’d forget what I had or hadn’t said to Angelo about separating,” This, she said in the November cover for British Vogue.

 

“Angelo’s just like, ‘I don’t get it.’ … I don’t really get it either. There are rules that are made up in society of what happens and doesn’t happen in marriage and after marriage, but I’m a very complex person. I’ve always let him know how I’m feeling from a very young age because I felt quite frazzled as an adult.” she added.

 

Adele, in the write up disclosed how much her fitness routine help dealt with her mental health struggles.

 

“I realized that when I was working out, I didn’t have any anxiety. It was never about losing weight. I thought, If I can make my body physically strong, and I can feel that and see that, then maybe one day I can make my emotions and my mind physically strong,” she has this in the American Vogue.

 

It has been frustrating for her using the gym as a coping mechanism.

 

She made an appearance in the Game Five NBA Finals during the second half.

 

“People are shocked because I didn’t share my ‘journey’. They’re used to people documenting everything on Instagram … I did it for myself and not anyone else,” she told British Vogue. “You don’t need to be overweight to be body positive, you can be any shape or size.”

 

Some other events gave her a lot of public attention, she talks about it in the

double interviews. She disclosed some of the events which are: her Beyoncé shoutout at the Grammys and when she wore Bantu knots.

 

“I totally get why people felt like it was appropriating,” she told British Vogue of the Bantu knots. “I was wearing a hairstyle that is actually to protect Afro hair. Ruined mine, obviously.”

 

The 33 years old singer, agreed to shedding tears in Beyonce’s dressing room in Beyonce’s Administration after she won album of the year for “25” against Beyonce’s “Lemonade.”

 

“I just said to her, like, the way that the Grammys works, and the people who control it at the very, very top—they don’t know what a visual album is. They don’t want to support the way that she’s moving things forward,” she said.

 

American Vogue got to know through Adele, that she received her golden gramophone broken and didn’t fix it. She was happy for the person she thought to deserve the award; she also disclosed that there was a lemon in the golden gramophone.

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