Adele finds moth­er­hood tough

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Bri­tish singer

Adele (above) says that she “had no idea” moth­er­hood would be so hard. She has even hinted that her son is prone to tem­per tantrums. When asked by i-D mag­a­zine how her life has changed since be­com­ing a par­ent, the singer said: “It’s f***ing hard. I thought it would be easy. ‘Ev­ery­one does it, how hard can it be?’ Oh­hhh...I had no idea. It is hard, but it’s phe­nom­e­nal. It’s the great­est thing I ever did. He makes me feel young and there’s noth­ing more grounding than a kid kick­ing off and re­fus­ing to do what you’re ask­ing of them,” re­ports fe­male­ uk. “It used to be that my own world re­volved around me, but now it has to re­volve around him,” she added.

The Rolling In The Deep singer also thinks that hav­ing a child has helped her to be­come less dra­matic and a bet­ter artist. “I think my up­com­ing al­bum (25) is about try­ing to clear out the past. Be­com­ing a par­ent and mov­ing past my mid-20s, I sim­ply don’t have the ca­pac­ity to worry about as many things that I used to re­ally en­joy wor­ry­ing about...I used to love the drama of all of it, but now I’m a mum; I only have so much head space,” she said.

“I’ve got to clear a lot of stuff, which is re­ally ther­a­peu­tic, be­cause I can re­ally hold a grudge. Life is so much eas­ier when you don’t hoard your past,” she added.

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