Kelly Clarkson has revealed she will marry Brandon Blackstock in a couple of weeks in very small ceremony with his children.
Kelly Clarkson can't wait to marry Brandon Blackstock in a couple of weeks.
The 'Catch My Breath' singer and her fiance, who has two children, Savannah and Seth, from a previous marriage, are planning tie the knot in a small ceremony later this month and she has hinted she hopes to get pregnant before the end of the year.
The 31-year-old star told 'The View' on Wednesday (09.10.13): ''We just got off tour so in a couple of weeks we're just taking the kids and doing something really small.
''He has two kids, he has a 12-year-old and a six-year-old, and they're awesome. I really lucked out on that.''
The couple are eloping after initially trying to plan a big wedding in Nashville, Tennessee.
She said: ''We started putting it together and we realised that weddings aren't for brides or grooms.''
The 'American Idol' winner has no doubt Brandon is the man for her.
She said: ''He's great. He is the perfect guy for me. We actually grew up in the same small town, which is weird, but we didn't know each other.''
Kelly also revealed that she can't wait to have children with Brandon even though she never wanted them before and also loves being a stepmother.
She said: ''I love it. They laugh at me. I love doing the homework, I love going to the games.''
The blonde beauty added: ''I didn't want kids but now that we're in love, I just want a mini us. So we're getting married soon and then boom, we're going to start.''
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