Adele was left amazed at a gig in Amsterdam after inviting two young girls on stage, before realising that one of them was the daughter of her cello player.
The singer hadn’t seen the youngster she was a baby, and was stunned to see that she had now grown up.
“Where are you from?”, the singer asked after getting the two girls on stage at Amsterdam’s Ziggo Dome.
After the girl told the singer that she and her friend were from London, Adele suddenly realised exactly who she was.
“Oh my god! I knew you from when you were a baby!”, Adele is heard to excitedly remark.
“You were like, two weeks old when I first met you.”
It’s just the latest moment of brilliance on Adele’s 25 tour, which has seen her playing host to marriage proposals, selfie opportunities with fans, and even the singer offering to be the surrogate mother of a gay couple.
No doubt we’ll be in for more of the same when Adele heads to Worthy Farm later this month to headline the Saturday night of Glastonbury.
The singer’s headline slot marks a happy u-turn in her views on the festival, after she previously admitted that she was reluctant to headline Glastonbury.
She said: “I think I have made myself pretty clear on Glastonbury. The crowds are too big – I don’t know if I could do it.”