Avril Lavigne is currently busy with her career but would love to have children one day.
Avril Lavigne would ''love to'' have children.
She said: ''I'm really focused on my career at the moment.
''Down the road, I would love to be a mom, just not right now.''
The 'Complicated' hitmaker thinks it is ''crazy'' she will turn 30 in September, but while she still feels young, she admits she has experienced a lot.
She said: ''I feel young but yeah I've lived a lot. I've been doing this music career for over a decade and travelling non-stop. It's kind of crazy. I don't have a plan yet (for my 30th birthday) ... but I'm hoping for a big party.''
These days, Avril admits she finds herself returning home to see her family a lot more than she did in the early days of her career.
She explained in an interview with QMI: ''When I was a younger, like a teenager on the road, they're not necessarily where your priorities are at.
''But yeah, as I've gotten older I've realised how closer I am to my family more than ever. That's just a part of growing up and stuff like that. I've spent a lot of my time in Los Angeles and just really missed my family and was like, 'You know what? I want to spend more time with them 'cause they're the people at the end of the day that are really there for me, that have my back.' ''
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