Celine Dion says she feels "stronger" as she takes on new projects following husband Rene Angelil's death. The music icon and mother to six-year-old twins (and a 16-year-old) lent some parenting wisdom to her fellow queen.
Celine Dion looked super chic in thigh-high red boots as she unveiled her new accessories line in Las Vegas on Tuesday (21Feb17).
"I think it's a double blessing". "When she does something, she knows what she's doing".
She explained to E!
"I feel stronger" The Canadian singer says she's found new strength since the death of her husband Rene a year ago. News: "She looks fantastic, she makes women dream, she's so lovely, she's on top of things".
However, the "Falling Into You" alum said she doesn't hanker on his eldest son to be the "man of the house". In Las Vegas, she presented yesterday, Wednesday, February 22, her new collection of leather goods, in association with Bugatti.
But after much deliberation, Celine eventually made a decision to go ahead with the project after "kind of" speaking to her late husband and manager Rene Angelil - who died of throat cancer in January 2016 - and feeling he would have wanted her to do it. "There's nothing worse than expecting something and you are disappointed, so to be honest with you when I met them for the first time I was far from being disappointed".
"I'm very proud of [Rene-Charles]", the star shared. "I stand up for my kids and I feel like I'm the leader of my family".
And she's been throwing herself back into work and is looking forward to getting out on the road around the world later this year.
(Who doesn't?) "Beyoncé knows what she does", she said. "This summer actually I'm going back to 26 cities actually to do some shows in Berlin".
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