Adele’s weight loss drive

April 7, 2012 6:55 am

Adele Takes to Jogging and Turns Veggie in a Bid to Lose Weight…

She was labeled ‘too fat’ by fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld, and now it seems singer Adele is opting for a healthier lifestyle.

       Could this be because of Lagerfeld’s harsh words?

       According to reports, the singer, 23, and her 36-year-old her charity campaigner boyfriend, Simon Konecki have shed more than a stone apiece in the last month. The couple has even taken up jogging and are said to be following a strict vegetarian diet in a desperate bid to lose weight.

       A close source to the Rolling in the Deep star revealed that Adele and Simon go running each morning with Adele’s dog Louie, near her rented home in West Sussex.

       The insider said: “The weight is dropping off them and they plan to keep dieting until the end of April. They are inseparable – they are losing weight together, getting fit together and planning a future together.”

       The source added: “Adele says she’s doing her best work and feels healthier than she has for months.”

       Good to see you looking so well Adele, keep it up…however, although I support your new health-kick, don’t over do girlie as we love you just the way you are!

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