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By JustMommies staff

“Someone Like You” singer Adele welcomed a baby boy on Friday, October 19, a family source confirmed to People.

The Grammy winner has been pretty quiet about her new arrival, her first baby with boyfriend Simon Konecki. The new mom is said to be “over the moon”, according to the family source.

The baby's name has not be released and the singer hasn't made any statements regarding his birth. Her rep told the The Daily Mail, a British magazine, “We are not releasing a statement at this time. No comment.”

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