Celine Dion Talks Motherhood Since Husband's Demise

Celine Dion Talks Motherhood Since Husband's Demise

Celine Dion Talks Motherhood Since Husband's Demise

Celine Dion is still having a hard time accepting the fact that her husband Rene Angelil is gone, so much so that she's struggling to live without him.

Celine revealed that she actually asked a portrait of Angelil - who became her manager when she was just 12-years-old - if she should do another song for the recent remake of Beauty and the Beast after Disney asked her to be a part of the new soundtrack. "I proved to Rene that he was there for me and I'm going to be there for him - and I'm still there for him".

"I am definitely in love with him, married to him", Celine continued of why she doesn't see herself moving on from her late husband and dating again anytime soon.

This is published unedited from the PTI feed.

'My 16-year-old loves music and when I make him listen to a demo he'll say 'this is a great song but if you can not sing it this way Mum you shouldn't do this - or this producer should produce that song. I took care of him the best way I could.

The track, How Does a Moment Last Forever, became her first new recording since her husband's death, and she recently confessed she still felt like she was cheating on Rene in the studio as the ballad came together.

"I took a year off and I said, "My living well is to be with you, it's not my career". "I'm a big fan", Dion says.

"I miss him a lot". You taught me, you taught me well.

He had been in Celine's life since she was 12-years-old and had managed every aspect of the My Heart Will Go On singer's incredible career. I see him through them every day.

The Canadian star - who was married to Rene for 21-years - admitted she misses her late husband "a lot" and will always grieve for him. "I have never met another man in my life, never kissed another man in my life, so he prepared me very, very well for the rest of my life", she said. She'd point up, pause, and say.something (half of her banter-whether spoken to the audience or to a ghost-was wildly incoherent), then look back at us and begin a song.

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