Adele is named in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list and is scheduled to accept the honour at Buckingham palace.
The singer has been off the music scene and the public since the birth of her son Angelo in October 2012.
But on Thursday December 19th, Adele will break her cover to make an appearance at Buckingham Palace, where she will accept an MBE after being named in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list for her services to the music industry.
Her new title will be Miss Adele Adkins MBE, which stands for member of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire.
The 25-year-old singer has achieved huge success over the past two years with the release of her second album 21.
Adele’s 21 has sold more than 28 million copies worldwide
The record topped the charts in more than 30 countries and was number one in the UK for 23 weeks, selling more than seven million copies in the country.
It was certified diamond after 24 weeks at the top spot in the US.
Adele is now a global pop superstar and also won an Academy Award in February for her James Bond theme song Skyfall.
She is rumoured to be planning the release of her third studio album sometime next year but has been busy being a mum after welcoming Angelo, her first child with partner Simon Konecki, into the world.