Adele shares hilarious meme about ‘feelings’ after split from husband Simon Konecki

'When you catch yourself in your feelings then you remember who you are'

Adele performs 'Hello' at the Grammys 2017

Adele has shared a hilarious meme online, seemingly in reference to her recent split from husband Simon Konecki.

On Wednesday, Adele broke her silence on social media for the first time since the announcement of their separation in April, following three years of marriage.

The "Somebody Like You" singer shared a meme on Instagram showing two photographs of her side by side.

The first picture shows Adele crying as she accepted her Grammy Award for Album of the Year in 2012, while the second shows the star rapping Nicki Minaj's verse from the 2010 Kanye West track "Monster" during her carpool karaoke with James Corden, which dates back to January 2016.

"When you catch yourself in your feelings then you remember who you are," the caption on the meme reads.

Adele's comedic post has garnered more than 880,000 likes in less than 24 hours, in addition to thousands of comments.

"Omg this is absolutely everything," one Instagram user commented.

"She is just god," another remarked.

Adele has also received praised on Twitter with regards to her funny use of the meme.

"Please forward all enquiries to Adele, who has seen into my soul," one person tweeted in response.

"Adele posting this meme of herself on Instagram is a mood to end all moods," someone else added.

Adele and Konecki were together for more than seven years, having started dating in 2011.

Their son, Angelo, was born on 19 October 2012.

In March, Adele and Oscar-winning actor Jennifer Lawrence made headlines when they made a surprise appearance at a gay bar in New York.

During the night, Adele was called onto the stage by the bar's host, drag queen Brita Filter.

While in front of the crowd, the "Hello" singer was asked to introduce herself.

"Hi my name's Adele," the 30-year-old said, a statement which prompted screams and cheers from the audience.

"I just partied with Jennifer Lawrence and Adele... I am speechless," one person who'd been present at the bar tweeted.

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