Golden Globe winner Adele has confessed she doesn't plan to reveal her baby's name in the near future because she wants to keep her little one out of the public eye and enjoy private time alone with him.
The Skyfall songstress gave birth to her first child, a son, in October with boyfriend Simon Konecki, but has kept all details under wraps.
Adele has explained why she doesn't want to share his moniker just yet. "I am not sharing his name at the moment. It is very personal to me. I am enjoying him on my own," she added.
The singer also explained that motherhood has definitely changed her, confessing to People: "I am exhausted, that is how [motherhood] has changed me. I have eczema from boiling bottles".
The 24-year-old, who made her first public appearance since the baby's birth at the Golden Globes, revealed her surprise at winning the gong for the James Bond title song, Skyfall.
"Honestly I came for a night out - with my friend Ayda (Field, Robbie Williams' wife) - we're new mums. I was not expecting this. Thank you so much," she said on stage.
The star continued: "[It's] very strange to be here, thank you so much for letting me be a part of your world for a night, it's amazing…we've been laughing! "I'd like to thank the Hollywood Foreign Press, I never thought I'd say that. And this is for my boyfriend who convinced me to do it ... and my lovely son. Thank you so much."
Previously, whilst on the red carpet, she spoke to E! News host Ryan Seacrest about recording the song with a 77-piece orchestra in the last trimester of her pregnancy.
"It was absolutely amazing, I was very pregnant and I was very emotional but it was exciting and epic. I felt like Frank Sinatra."
Adele will have to travel again to Los Angeles at the end of February to attend the Academy Awards. The songstress has been put forward in the Best Original Song category for her 007 theme tune Skyfall.
After congratulations flooding in over Twitter, the 24-year-old thanked her fans. "Oh my god I feel like Meryl Streep!! Thank you x," she wrote.