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Mariah Carey wants her children to feel normal


Los Angeles : Singer Mariah Carey, who lives constantly under the limelight due to her tours and projects, says she wants her children to feel normal.

The “We belong together” hitmaker doesn’t want her five-year-old twins Moroccan and Monroe to feel that they have to follow her around on her tours and live in the spotlight, reports

“I want them to still feel normal. So, if they don’t like travelling around at some point, they won’t have to travel around. But they love travelling,” Clash magazine quoted Carey as saying.

“They love flying. If I keep them home for like five days, they’re like, ‘When are we going on an airplane?’ They really love it. They love doing all these things and seeing places. I just have the best time with them,” she added.

The 46-year-old and her twins are currently on holiday with her fiance James Packer in Cannes, France.

The curly-haired beauty will return to her Las Vegas residency show in late August and will play there until September, before taking two months off and performing three shows in Brazil in mid-November.


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