Adele shows off 7st weight loss in an England shirt after Euros loss

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Adele looked absolutely phenomenal as she showed off her seven stone weight loss while paying tribute to the England team after their loss at the Euro 2020 final.

In a rare snap shared to her Instagram on Sunday evening, the British songstress posed outside her home in America while wearing an oversized red England shirt.

Despite England's heartbreaking defeat to Italy at Wembley, the 33 year old looked happy as she flashed a huge smile with her head tilted to the sky and her eyes closed.

"You did us so proud! You brought our game home and brought us all together," Adele proudly wrote in the caption.

Adele looked sensational in the red shirt skimming her slimmed-down physique, and she added to her patriotic look with England flag nails.

The Hello singer had been closely following England's performance at the Euros.

Last week, she filmed herself jumping and screaming in delight as England earned themselves a place in the finals.

"ITS BLOODY COMING HOME," she captioned the clip alongside several England flags.

Adele has been glowing after overhauling her lifestyle in the last year.

The star joked about her weight loss during her hosting debut on SNL last year, saying: as she said: "And, I know I look really, really different since you last saw me.

"But, actually, because of all the covid restrictions and travel bans I had to travel light and only bring half of me and this is the half that I chose!"

Meanwhile, Adele suffered personal heartbreak in May after her estranged father passed away at 57.

The pop star has been candid about her rocky relationship with her father Mark Evans after he walked out on his family when the singer was just three years old.

Although it is not known what the cause of his death was, it is believed that he suffered with bowel cancer for many years.

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