Adele shows support for her man!
The singer, 35, shared a carousel of pictures on Instagram on Sunday, including one of her posing with a copy of boyfriend Rich Paul’s new memoir, Lucky Me: Memoirs of Changing the Odds.
In the picture, Adele stood in her dressing room wearing a gold and black dress for her Las Vegas residency, while holding Paul’s book in front of her face, revealing only her eyes.
“Weekend 31,” the “Someone Like You” singer wrote in a simple caption for her selection of images.
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Adele, Rich Paul. Dave J Hogan/Getty; Allen Berezovsky/Getty The cutest pictures of Adele and her handsome rich man Paul
Adele and Paul, 41, first sparked rumors of a 2021 romance when they sat next to each other at Game 5 of the NBA Finals on July 17. Shortly after, a source confirmed to PEOPLE that the couple had been dating “for a few months.”
Paul told Gayle King during an appearance on CBS Morning earlier this week that the singer “was great,” adding, “I think she would agree that we definitely helped each other.”
“We are in a good space. Happy. She’s great,” continued the CEO of Klutch Sports Group. “We’ve been great for each other.”
Paul, however, noted that he’s not going into details because he’s “not the type of person” to go public with his personal life, explaining: “It’s not for the media. Not for the paparazzi. It’s for us.”
Adele, Rich Paul. Kevork Djansezian/Getty Rich Paul’s new memoir detailing traumatic childhood ‘Hit Home’ for partner Adele: ‘It was very emotional’ (Exclusive)
Paul recently told PEOPLE about his memoir and how the darker parts of it resonated most with his partner of more than two years.
“It was very emotional,” Paul said of Adele’s reaction to his book. “I think a lot of it probably hit home, so yeah, it was a tough read [for her].”
“When you read the book, you can immerse yourself in a lot of things that I had to overcome,” Paul added. “But hence the title Lucky me. I was lucky enough to continue on a path where there was not much light, but the door was broken with little light, and I was smart enough not to invest in the traps that awaited me every day in my environment.”
Lucky Me: Memoirs of Changing the Odds is now available for purchase.