On 12th September 2019, several British tabloids reported that Simon Konecki was officially back on the market.
Court documents from an LA court showed his wife Adele had lodged divorce papers on 11th September 2019.
Through a representative, the “Someone Like You” hitmaker released a statement and commented on the impending divorce. An excerpt read,
“They are committed to raising their son together lovingly. As always they ask for privacy. There will be no further comment.”
Adele – who took a liking to the LA lifestyle – and Simon Konecki last got spotted in January 2019 while attending an Elton John concert in Staple Center.
The news of them divorcing came five months after Simon and wife Adele announced their split.
Wedding, Daughter, Adele
Simon and now-estranged wife Adele finally tied in 2016 in a secret wedding ceremony. The married duo, however, didn’t reveal their union until 2017.
Simon began dating Adele in the Summer of 2011. October next year, he and then-girlfriend Adele welcomed their first child — a son named Angelo.
Besides Angelo, Simon also fathers a daughter from a previous marriage to stylist Clary Fisher. He and his first wife had married in 2004, only to divorce each other four years later.
Simon Konecki Wiki, Age, Family
Simon Konecki turned 45 years of age on 17th April 2019. He was born in the year 1974.
A native of New York, US, Simon was born to biological parents – Rosemary and Andrew Konecki – and grew up next to siblings (both sisters): Victoria and Alexandria.
The Konecki family moved to England when Simon was 10. Having spent much of his life there, the father-of-two holds British nationality.
Meanwhile, Simon attended Eton College. Tom Parker-Bowles and Bear Grylls were his contemporaries at the Berkshire-based institution.
Simon Konecki Net Worth, Job
To those unfamiliar, Simon Konecki is a revered charity entrepreneur. Working as a co-founder of the non-profit “Drop4Drop,” he organizes campaigns that help provide clean drinking water to poor nations.
Simon also gets best recognized for co-founding “Life Water” — an environment-friendly bottled water company.
Before his life as a philanthropist, Simon held a big-time prestigious corporate job first at “ICAP” and then at “Lehman Brothers.”
With no public records of his finances, it’s almost impossible to ascertain Simon’s net worth. However, a rough estimate places it to be around a healthy seven-figure margin.
Last modified: September 13, 2019