WATCH | Adele reveals she thinks her son will 'hate' her song My Little Love when he is older

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The long awaited album '30' by singer Adele has, as per usual hit everyone in their feels. 

It's her first album since her divorce from Simon Konecki, with who she shares her 9-year-old son, Angelo Adkins. 

The songstress penned the emotional ballad My Little Love for her son to shine some light on the fact that she didn't always have it together during her divorce. 

While My Little Love is dedicated to her boy, Adele says she thinks he'll probably hate it when he is a teenager.

Read: Adele on becoming a mom: "I felt I'd made the worst decision of my life"

The song - which details the singer's guilt towards her son following her divorce from his father, features Angelo's voice declaring that he loves his mother "a billion per cent."

"People have been sort of so curious about where I'm going and where I am at, just in my life, not in terms of being nosy, just being like, 'I hope she's okay,' or sometimes I guess people might hope for the opposite," added Adele.

"I just thought that it was a really important song that I wanted to capture … That's why I put Angelo and me in it," she added.

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