Adele features young Angelo’s devastating voice messages about wanting her to stop crying on new album 30

FANS of ADELE will know they are in for emotional outbursts from the superstar when her album 30 finally drops on Friday.

But few will have expected to hear directly from her nine-year-old son, Angelo.

And while Adele has bravely spoken of her angst at ­failing to stay with her ex-husband Simon Konecki for the sake of the youngster, she has saved the most emotive content for the album.

It features recorded voice notes exchanged between the singer and her son at the height of her separation. In third track, the hugely moving My Little Love, she sings: “I’m so sorry if what I’ve done makes you feel sad.”

His reciprocated fears for his mum tug on the heartstrings the most — as she asks him “Tell me you love me,” to which he replies: “I love you, one million per cent. I feel like you like me too.”

She adds: “You know Mummy doesn’t like anyone else like I like you, right?” In the roughly recorded mobile phone clips, Adele tearfully explains: “Mummy’s been having a lot of big feelings lately, I’m confused and I don’t know what I’m doing.”

And despite a painful split, in later voice notes to Angelo, she adds: “I love your dad because he gave you to me.”

She goes on to talk to ­herself about the pain of the split, explaining in the ­­recor­dings: “I’ve had a bad day, I’m very anxious — I feel very paranoid, stressed, and I’m hungover which never helps. I feel like today is the first day since I left him that I actually feel lonely — and I never do. I just feel really lonely and frightened, and I’m worried I might feel like this a lot.”

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It makes for challenging listening, but cements an extraordinary shift for Adele, who has until now been fiercely private.

Other tracks see her swipe at former lovers — she sings of one ex: “It’s so sad a man like you could be so lazy, all you do is complain about decisions you make.

"Now some other man will get the love I have for you, cause you don’t care.” Ouch.

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