Some congrats are once again in order for Adele. The Grammy-winning, chart-topping diva welcomed a son Friday, according to reports.
The report originated out of the singer's native U.K., and People.com confirmed the report with a source telling the site, "We are all over the moon." There had been some speculation over the summer that the singer would give birth in September. She has remained relatively low key since announcing her pregnancy earlier this year.
The source's comment about her birth mirrors the statement Adele released back in June, when she announced she was expecting her first child, with boyfriend Simon Konecki.
"I'm delighted to announce that Simon and I are expecting our first child together," Adele wrote in a post titled "I've Got Some News" on her website on June 29. "I wanted you to hear the news direct from me, obviously we're over the moon and very excited but please respect our privacy at this precious time."
A rep had yet to return MTV News' request for comment.
Back in August, the singer shot down rumors she had married Konecki by tweeting, "I'm not married...Zzzzzzz." Konecki is a former financier and co-founder of the U.K. bottled-water company Life Water. He also heads Life Water's charity, Drop4Drop, which brings clean water to developing countries. He has been previously married and has a child from the relationship.
While it might be some time before Adele releases a follow-up to her massive 2011 album release, 21, she did give fans a taste of some new music ahead of her baby's birth. She recently dropped her vintage-sounding and rather sweeping theme song for the latest James Bond flick, "Skyfall."