Singer Adele is yet to reveal the name of her baby boy, but a new report claims that the 24-year-old may have accidentally given it away after recently being photographed in Los Angeles.
The "Someone Like You" singer was seen shopping inside L.A. baby store Bel Bambini in recent days and upon her exit, paparazzi photographers captured Adele wearing a necklace. The gold necklace spells the name "Angelo," which a source claims is the name of her son, according to The Sun U.K.
"Those close to Adele have been told the baby is called Angelo. We're not sure of the significance of the name," a source told The Sun.
"She's wanted to keep it quiet but it was always going to come out sooner or later," the source continued. "Wearing an Angelo necklace not only backs up what is being said, it suggests she's not worried about people finding out."
The Grammy-Award winning singer gave birth to her and fiancé Simon Konecki's first baby on Oct. 19. The couple has withheld their son's name ever since, however, and only refers to him as "Little Peanut," according to reports.
During the 70th Golden Globe Awards on Jan. 13 Adele, who won the award for "Best Song" for James Bond's "Skyfall," was asked to reveal her son's name, but she refused to do so.
The couple's reluctance to share their baby's name has begun posing legal problems for the singer, with recent reports claiming that she could be fined up to $1,600 for failing to register her newborn baby within the 42-day legal deadline under U.K. law. Registering her baby will mean revealing her baby's name, which critics suspect is the reason that Adele has not yet registered her son.
"Most parents register their baby within a couple of weeks because it's a nice thing to do – and because there's a maximum fine of [$1,600] if they don't. There's loads of reasons why parents are late and millions of couples don't bother for ages," an insider said.