Adele supports boyfriend Rich Paul's new trainer launch in sweetest way

Adele has shown her support for boyfriend Rich Paul by rocking the brand new trainers he launched with New Balance this week. 

The singer, 33, made a rare post on her Instagram story to show her support for her boyfriend, 39, and his collaboration with the footwear brand. 

She first posted a snap of her feet up on a lavish floral sofa, wearing the beige trainers with blue accents, with matching tracksuit bottoms from the same collection, with a flashing heart emoji next to them. 

Adele then posted a close up of one of the shoes, with a label on the tongue reading ‘Rich Paul for New Balance,’ alongside which she wrote: ‘Amazing’ and ‘Congratulations @richpaul.’

Rich had launched the New Balance 550 trainers on December 10, retailing at £110, but the shoe was so popular it has already sold out. 

The hugely successful sports agent had opened up on his love of trainers from the age of 12, when he would sweet-talk Foot Locker employees to find out when the newest styles would be arriving in store. 

He told Complex: ‘I used to really make relationships with the managers of these shoe stores to really understand what was coming and to actually get it early. 

‘I really did that, and greased their palms as well. It was one of the first times I learned how important relationships were.’

Rich and Adele have been dating since early 2021 and were first photographed together in July when they sat together courtside at the NBA Finals. 

Adele told Vogue: ‘I didn’t mean to go public with it. I just wanted to go to the game. I just love being around him. I just love it.’

She also admitted that she had kept the relationship a secret even from her friends at the start, telling Rolling Stone: ‘I didn’t really tell many of my friends at the beginning because I wanted to keep it to myself. None of them believed it!’

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