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Her temporary home, owned by a high-profile couple, boasts lush gardens, a swimming pool, cinema and is secluded from the paparazzi’s prying eyes.
Adele and her family slipped into town aboard a private jet early on Tuesday. The plane was towed into a hangar, then the hangar doors shut, so they could disembark in privacy.
But all eyes will be locked on the singer and whether she is wheeled to centre stage in her now-infamous road case when she headlines the first of two sellout shows at Etihad Stadium tonight.
Until now, Adele has crouched inside a box and been rolled to her in-the-round stage because there is no underground access.
“I’ve done so many shows in that box, and it has been a nightmare. This time when I came out, you all knew I was in it. I was scared, I was. I’m not lying; I was frightened,” she told audiences this week.
“So now, I’ll just walk out and ruin the surprise and be like ‘Oh hello, hello!’.”
Fiercely private, Adele has stayed under the radar off stage.
In Sydney, she and Konecki dumped her security team to enjoy a romantic dinner at a private dining room. The family also sneaked into Taronga Zoo for a private VIP tour.
SINGING sensation ADELE may need to put a plum in her mouth to perfect the art of a Toorak “Hellllooo”.
The British superstar is enjoying a lavish break in Melbourne at a $20,000-a-week mansion.
Sources familiar with the Toorak compound where Adele, husband SIMON KONECKI, and their son Angelo, are staying say the sprawling home is deluxe and private.
Adele has certainly worked out where Toorak’s yellow brick road resides. It is understood she is sharing a street with top-end-of-town names such as Gandel, Fox, Hain, Castran and Valmorbida.