Adele has a beard which she nicknames "Larry".
The 27-year-old singer gave birth to her son Angelo in October 2012. It was when she was expecting that Adele first noticed some excess facial hair, but despite her little boy now being three years old, she is still struggling with some wayward beard hairs.
Someone Like You singer Adele made the admission during her performance at the SSE Hydro Arena in Glasgow, Scotland, on Friday night (25Mar16).
She told the crowd: "When I got pregnant I had so much testosterone in me that I grew a beard. I only cropped it last night. It's actually true. I'm not telling a joke. I actually have a beard, but I'm proud of it. I call it Larry."
The singer is just one of hundreds of women who struggle with an increase in facial hair both during and after pregnancy. This is due to an increase in androgens, male sex hormones (which women also produce), that expecting can produce.
However, Adele joked with the audience that at least Larry the beard has allowed her to relate to her 41-year-old partner Simon Konecki.
"My man's got a good beard," she laughed. "He trims it sometimes in the summer. I do have a beard myself so I can understand when it gets hot in the summer."
Concertgoers attending Adele's gigs have been treated to a unique mixture of incredible music and hilarious commentary during her Adele Live 2016 shows so far.
Another recent topic Adele opened up about on stage was the debate surrounding breastfeeding mothers, following British chef Jamie Oliver's comments that all women should try and breastfeed if they can.
When one fan brought up motherhood and breastfeeding during a brief Q&A session during her show at London's O2 Arena on Tuesday night (22Mar16), Adele went off like a rocket.
"You know what, the pressure on us is f**king ridiculous. (There's) no worse people who put pressure on (sic)," she said. "You can go f**k yourselves, alright? Because it's hard. Some of us can't do it!"
She then opened up further about her struggles with Angelo, adding, "All I wanted to do was breastfeed my kid and then I felt like, if I was in the jungle right now, back in the day, my kid would be dead because the milk's gone... It's not funny!"