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2015-12-09 07:00

Los Angeles - Adele has "never been happier".

The Hello hitmaker - who has three-year-old son Angelo with partner Simon Konecki - admits she found it tricky to write tracks for her latest album 25 because she "wasn't sad" anymore.

Speaking on the Today Show, she said: "I've never been happier. And I've never been healthier. So I'm good. I found it impossible to write songs for a while. I didn't know what I wanted to write about ... What's wrong is, I wasn't sad.

"Hello is just about reconnecting with everyone else and myself. From the other side, I couldn't get over my guilt of leaving my kid to go and write a record and stuff like that. So it's getting over that - getting on the other side of that. It was just, you know, it's in general, just hello to everyone."

Meanwhile, the 27-year-old singer previously insisted she is "all right" because of her family.

She shared: "Being in such an amazing relationship with someone that's so there for me and so loyal and is really part of my core now, that's what made me write about everything I've ever done, because I've got his love.

"I know that sounds a bit like I'm trying to write a Hollywood movie but it's only because of him and because of our kid and stuff that I'm all right."

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