Adele looked sensational as she showcased her jaw-dropping seven stone weight loss in her most revealing snap that she has ever shared to social media.
The Water Under The Bridge star left little to the imagination as she celebrated the late August Bank Holiday Weekend as well as the virtual Notting Hill Carnival.
Adele, 32, who is a frequent visitor to the West London carnival, paid tribute to the famous event which had to be cancelled in light of the coronavirus pandemic.
However, that didn't stop Adele partying in comfort surrounded by friends and family.
The London-born megastar recently embarked on a body transformation which saw her shed an eyewatering seven stone and it was clear to see.
Posing in a tiny bikini top, emblazoned with the Jamaican flag which highlighted her bulging bosom, her tiny waist was on full display as she rocked a pair of cloudy sweatpants.
She opted to wear her caramel tresses in Bantu knots while also donning a feather headdress for the event.
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The mum-of-one kept her look simple with a gold chain with her signature hooped earrings and three gold bracelets on her arms.
Captioning her post, Adele wrote: "Happy what would be Notting Hill Carnival my beloved London," alongside the Union Flag and Jamaican flag.
Her post, which has raked in almost 3million likes, was instantly inundated with compliments from some of her 38.6 million Instagram followers.
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"You just broke that internet Henny," commented one.
While a second added: "Always beautiful."
"I choked when I've got 'Adele just posted a new photo' notification and I lost my breath when I saw the photo!!! LOVE U SO MUCH ADELE!!", exclaimed a third follower.
A fourth added: "You look right at home guurrrl."
While some followers claimed she was "insensitive" for wearing Bantu knots, several of her Daydreamers – a name given to her fans – leapt to her defence.
"Can she not celebrate our culture in this setting? She's not using it as a fashion statement at an award show or at a Halloween party. She is celebrating our West Indian culture. Bantu Knots, flag, and all," commented one.
A second defender added: "I'm from the Caribbean and this is why we have festivals/carnival. For others to appreciate and celebrate our culture."
The global superstar first left fans transfixed by her transformation while she celebrated her 32nd birthday in May.
Wearing a little black dress, Adele flaunted her toned pins as she posed for an awaiting camera as she encouraged fans to "stay safe and sane".
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