Kelly Clarkson‘s domicile of 6 is complete.
The “Move You” thespian — whose new album Meaning of Life is set to be expelled Oct. 27 — visited with WKTU’s Cubby Carolina in a Morning on Wednesday to pronounce about song and family, including a fact that she and father Brandon Blackstock have had medical procedures to forestall them from carrying some-more kids.
“Oh God, those tubes are gone!” reveals Clarkson, 35. “That’s blasphemy. We don’t even pronounce of it. We’re both bound in a possess ways, nonetheless still we’ll substantially get profound again somehow.”
She adds, “I always feel bad since we have friends who have a tough time removing profound and I’m only like guys, we have a worst pregnancies ever, it can’t occur again!”
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Clarkson — mom to Remington “Remy” Alexander, 17 months, and River Rose, 3, and stepmom to Blackstock’s son Seth, 10, and daughter Savannah, 16 — recently got vehement with PEOPLE about accurately how most she didn’t suffer pregnancy.
“Anytime we see someone pregnant, we only urge for them,” pronounced a American Idol alum. “[Pregnancy] was literally a misfortune moments of my life.”
“I’m not teasing — we wish we were that lady that [had good memories of pregnancy],” combined Clarkson. “But no. Nope. Don’t skip it. It’s as if someone was in an collision — they’re pregnant, I’m like, ‘Oh my God.’ ”
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As most as a thespian didn’t suffer her prenatal experiences, her kids are value it — in fact, she is such a dedicated mommy she has written two books about her daughter. The second, River Rose and a Magical Christmas, is available for pre-order now and hits shelves on Oct. 24.
“I had kids older, so we had greedy times when I’d go out and have fun so we don’t feel like I’ve missed anything,” Clarkson said in December. “I feel like a lot of moms that started during like 21 carrying kids — no, no. we started during 30, so we’re good!”