If Adele had it her way, she would give her son Angelo a sibling or two.
During an interview with Lauren Laverne for an episode of BBC's Desert Island Discs, the singer revealed she'd love to expand her family one day.
"I definitely would like a couple more kids. It would be wonderful if we can. If not, I've got Angelo," the 15-time Grammy winner said. "I just want to be happy."
Adele, 34, also opened up about being a mom to Angelo, who turns 10 in October and whom she shares with her ex-husband Simon Konecki.
The "Easy on Me" singer said motherhood has changed her "in every single way -- good, bad, strange."
"I love being a mom," she gushed.
Adele said her son is now at an age where he appreciates music, and she enjoys connecting with him on the topic.
"Angelo has just fallen in love with music," she said. "He's been into video games for the last few years, which is very much his dad's area, not mine. We sit down and have the most intense conversations about music."
Adele said the two will listen to songs and then "pick them apart," thinking about what the song could be about. She called the time they share "just heavenly."