Kelly Osbourne has insisted she wants to live in England once she becomes a mother because she couldn't bare to be called ''mom'' by her offspring.
Kelly Osbourne wants to live in England when she has children.
The 28-year-old star is currently engaged to Matthew Mosshart and has expressed her desire to have kids with him in the future, but insists she'll definitely moved to the UK when she begins building a family because she doesn't want her offspring to have an American accent.
She told Cosmopolitan magazine: ''I want to have kids - a boy and a girl - but I'd only want to have them with Matthew.
''I'd like to live in England when I do, as I will not have a baby call me 'mom'.
''I will kill myself before being called that. I'm in no rush, though - I'm happy watching my brother do it first.''
The 'Fashion Police' star has previously expressed her refusal to televise her wedding to Matthew because they don't want to profit from their marriage.
She said previously: ''People know we got engaged in December of last year but kept it a secret for six months.
''I realised very quickly that, in Hollywood, people don't realise that you get married for love.
''They think you get married for attention, and I don't want to do a reality show, I've already done that. Every morning we wake up to another email, it's like, 'an offer you cannot refuse.' I can refuse that, I don't want to be on another reality show. I'm fine right now, thank you.''
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