Adele’s dad made ‘a few attempts to make things right’ with star before he died of cancer

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The father of award-winning singer Adele, 33, is said to have made “a few attempts to make things right” with his daughter before he died at 57. Mark Evan’s death comes as he and his singer daughter were reportedly unable to patch up their differences after falling out following an interview he gave ten years ago, which claimed that the star has “abandonment issues”. Confirming his death, sources claimed he tried to “make things right” with the singer, but added that too much time had passed for the attempts to be successful.

We’ve been together for ten years, and I love you like you’re my dad

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It is thought Mark and his superstar daughter hadn’t spoken in years after a very public fallout and he has now died following a battle with cancer.

A source confirmed to The Sun that the family of Adele’s father “are of course very upset by his passing”.

Addressing the feud between the father and daughter, they added that Mark “made a few attempts to make things right, but clearly it had been too long”.

The multi-millionaire and her father fell out in 2011 when Mark, speaking in a magazine interview, claimed that the reason his daughter struggled to find love was due to her abandonment issues.

During the interview, Mark took full responsibility for walking out when Adele was three, leaving her mother Penny Adkins to raise her on her own.

Mark returned to his native Wales and Adele was raised single-handedly by her mother.

Nevertheless, Adele and her father remained close as she would spend school holidays in Wales with her grandparents and her half-brother.

Following the interview, Adele’s mother, Penny, reportedly told Mark: “You shouldn’t have done that.”

Later that year, Mark opened up to The Sun and admitted to being a “rotten father” to his daughter.

He said: “I was putting away two litres of vodka and seven or eight pints of Stella every day.

“I drank like that for three years. God only knows how I survived it,” he added.

He continued to say that he was “deeply ashamed” of what he’d become.

Two years later Mark revealed that he was battling bowel cancer and feared he wouldn’t meet his grandson, Angelo, who Adele shares with her ex-husband and charity entrepreneur, Simon Konnecki.

In 2017 after winning Album of the Year award, the legendary singer thanked those closest to her, without a mention of her father.

With special mention to her manager Jonathan Dickens, Adele said: “Grammys, I appreciate it, the Academy, I love you, my manager, my husband and my son — you’re the only reason I do it.

“Thank you to my manager because the comeback, as it were, was completely masterminded by him,” she gushed.

“And you executed it incredibly, and I owe you everything.

Adele continued: “We’ve been together for ten years, and I love you like you’re my dad. I love you so, so much.

“I don’t love my dad, that’s the thing,” she went on to confess.

“That doesn’t mean a lot. I love you like I would love my dad,” she added.

Express.co.uk has contacted a spokesperson for Adele asking for comment.

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