Kelly Rowland - who gave birth to Titan Jewell in November last year - has admitted she is always thinking about her 'wonderful' little boy.
Kelly Rowland is always thinking about her little boy.
The Destiny's Child singer gave birth to Titan Jewell - her first child with husband Tim Witherspoon - in November last year and she can't stop smiling about the new addition to the family.
She gushed: ''[He's] wonderful! I'm running into friends, showing pictures of the baby. It's awesome...
''That's all I think about right now. It's Titan, Titan, Titan. I'm a happy girl.''
The 34-year-old singer recently attended New York Fashion Week without the little one but intended to head straight home afterwards to see her son.
When asked if she'd bring him to a fashion show, she said: ''You know what, I'm just going to let him chill.
''He's actually in L.A. and right after the show, I'm going right back to L.A. so I can see him and be with my baby.''
Whilst the 'When Love Takes Over' hitmaker's top priority is her little boy, she is having a ''wonderful'' time in the studio.
She told E! News: ''I'm still in the beginning stages of the record, but it's been wonderful so far.
''I can't complain. I'm just really putting more tempos to this record.''
Meanwhile, her personal trainer, Jeanette Jenkins, is working her hard to help her get back to her pre-baby body.
Writing on her blog, Jeanette said: ''It's a new year! A fresh start! A great opportunity to make positive changes!
''Kelly Rowland just had her baby Titan in November and she is on board & motivated to get her body back just like so many of you!
''Kelly is excited to share her journey & motivate others while she goes through the journey herself!''
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