Kelly Clarkson reveals she’s happy with two children and that’s it.
While appearing on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” on Tuesday to promote her first children’s book “River Rose and The Magical Lullaby”, the 34-year-old Grammy Award-winner dishes on motherhood with her two children, Remington and River Rose.
Clarkson admits she and her husband Brandon Blackstock are done expanding their family with the couple’s own two kids and Blackstock’s two children from a previous marriage completing their brood. “I already have days where I cry,” she quips. “So I don’t need any more kids!”
The singer also reveals that her wild two-year-old daughter River Rose will most likely not be a singer, taking after her father’s side. She says, “She can’t really stay on key, which I’m excited about, because I want her to do something else.”
During the episode, Clarkson also plays a game of “Celebrity Confessions” in honour of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, where Ultra Beauty donates $10,000 to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation after Clarkson admits a deep, dark secret.
Recalling a really bad date in her past, where the guy was a few inches shorter than her, she says: “He proceeded to talk about his height for a solid hour and I then went to the bathroom and I left. But, I will say that I was on a really bad date like a decade later and I stuck it out… with wine.”