Cara Delevingne packed the PDA with her new love interest Minke as they appeared on Adele at the star-studded BST Hyde Park show in London on Saturday.
The 29-year-old model wore a black jacket and maroon hoodie as she shared a passionate kiss with 31-year-old Minke, whose real name is Leah Mason, while sitting in the crowd.
Minke cut a casual figure in a black coat and matching beanie hat while Cara gave her a hug during the concert.
The star confirmed her romance with the singer/songwriter in early June when they shared an intimate moment during the sun break in Portofino
Elsewhere at the star-studded event, Denise Van Outen turned heads in a rainbow-hued Gucci cardigan as she attended without her new husband, Jimmy Barba.
She paired the ensemble with a black skirt while trying to keep a low profile with stylish sunglasses.
The highly anticipated event also attracted Alan Carr, James Corden, Cameron Diaz, Niall Horan and Milly Bobby Brown.
Adele’s ex-husband Simon Konecki and her current boyfriend Rich Paul were spotted together at the event to show their support.
It comes as Adele was overcome with emotion as she took the stage in front of a crowd of 65,000 as she returned for her first concert in five years.
Wearing a sleek black off-the-shoulder halter dress, the singer held back tears as she addressed the audience and told them she was “f**king s****ing” after performing her first song ” would.
Standing in the early evening sun, the sequin detail on her dress glittered as she performed and Adele exclaimed “I’m so happy to be back” while gazing at the huge crowd.
Adele kicked off her first track, encouraging the star-studded audience, which included Tom Cruise, to sing along. Adele soon got used to it, proclaiming after three songs, “My god, I’m home again.”
The star reportedly only played five tracks from her latest album 30, including I Drink Wine, instead opting to treat the crowd to some of her classics rather than playing the full album.
Adele was previously plagued by voice problems, but she kept them at bay throughout the performance by sipping on a hot beverage to soothe her throat.
It was the first public show Adele played since she headlined two Wembley concerts in 2017. She postponed her stay in Las Vegas in January.