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Adele Was Spotted Trying On Costumes At A Toronto Halloween Store With Her Son

Halloween is still a few weeks away, but singer Adele knows that being prepared is key.

The talented star was spotted today in Toronto at the Amazing Party And Costume Store , located in Etobicoke, trying on masks with her adorable 3 year old son, Angelo. The pair were accompanied by security and it looked like they were having a great time, according to a source. There was also a black SUV parked directly outside with more security waiting for the singer.

Of course, Adele is currently in town for her North America tour with 4 totally sold out shows in Toronto at the ACC this week.

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