Rihanna wants kids this decade

Brenda Watkins
March 31, 2020

Talking to British Vogue, Rihanna said that the music is on the way and added: "I can't say when I'm going to drop". I guess that's something.

The Barbados singer also told how the progress of her highly anticipated album.

The 32-year-old singer from "We Found Love" spoke in the next May issue of British Vogue about how to balance her music career with her burgeoning makeup business, and revealed that she was nearly ready for hers to add another job to your extensive resume: mother.

"I have Oh, the feeling that society wants me to believe: 'you have misunderstood ...' she values you as a mother, if there is no father in the lives of your children". But the only thing that matters is happiness, it is the only healthy relationship between a father and a son.

The pop/R&B star previously opened up about her desire to be a mom in a June 2019 chat with Sarah Paulson for Interview magazine, saying she wants kids "more than anything in life".

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In 2017, the business-savvy star entered the world of make-up and launched her Fenty Beauty line, with her products selling out across the globe. "There's no format. There's just good music, and if I feel it, I'm putting it out". "I really feel like I've no boundaries", she stated. I've done everything. I've done all the hits, I've tried every genre - now I'm just, I'm wide open. "I can make anything that I want", Rihanna shared with British Vogue.

When asked where she sees herself in 10 years, she said, "I'll have kids - three or four of 'em".

"I do have a huge team, but I just don't necessarily think their tone is mine", explains the "Umbrella" singer.

Read her full interview in Vogue, out on Friday. "But if I do that now, and I try to get some Jamaican food, it's going to be an event, you know?" Like I'm a genius?

This month, British Vogue is offering a free digital edition of the magazine for the May issue.

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