TOM Hanks’ 30-year-old son, Chet, begged Adele to “hit him up” after seeing her new bikini photo and body transformation.

The singer, 32, paid tribute to London's Notting Hill Carnival by wearing a Jamaican flag bikini and her hair in Bantu knots on Sunday, showing off 100-pound weight loss in the process.

Chet took notice of the photo and tried to get the singer's attention with a video of himself shooting his shot and hitting on her.

On Monday night, he posted the clip, in which he sat in the driver’s seat of his truck in a white T-shirt and rolled-up jean shorts, dancing and singing along to Adele’s 2011 song, Set Fire to the Rain.

After a bit of musical fun and appreciation, Chet says in his faux Caribbean accent, which he’s often used in videos, despite backlash: "Adele, Adele, Adele! I see the picture one day, it sweep me. 

“I no tell no lie my girl, hairstyle fit ya. Big up yourself.”

Dropping the accent, he adds: “And, uh, hit my cell.”

Chet captioned the video: “PLEASE SOMEONE TELL ADELE HIT MY LINE ASAP !!!!!!!!!!!! I NEED TO TALK TO HER ABOUT SOMETHING 🇯🇲🇯🇲🇯🇲🇯🇲🇯🇲🇯🇲🇯🇲🇯🇲🇯🇲🇯🇲🇯🇲🇯🇲”

In Adele's new photo, which shows off her trim tummy, she added to her festival vibe with a yellow feather headdress and donned high-waisted leggings.

Chunky gold earrings and a matching chain finished her look as she smiled for the fun snap.

Posting the pic on Instagram, Adele wrote: "Happy what would be Notting Hill Carnival my beloved London 🇬🇧🇯🇲."

Her fans immediately jumped on it, with one writing: "GIRL DAMMM."

Notting Hill Carnival is one of London's most popular annual events and would have taken place this weekend had the coronavirus pandemic not struck.

Meanwhile Adele recently credited a self-help book for stopping her from being "stressed and disheveled" following her dramatic body transformation.

It's reported she has dropped a total of 100 pounds since she began her weight loss journey several years ago, with almost half of that coming off more recently.

Adele's former personal trainer has since revealed that her competitive nature was key to keeping her motivated.

Pete Geracimo shared: "As she warmed to the idea of training, she started getting competitive and this created the momentum to wanting to improve her performance from session to session."

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