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10 Of Céline Dion's Best Quotes on Motherhood

Her heart goes on for her three kids.

Céline Dion has three sons with late husband René Angélil: René-Charles, 21, and twins Eddy and Nelson, 11. The “My Heart Will Go On” singer often talks about motherhood. “What a privilege it is to be a mom,” she once wrote. Read 10 of her best quotes next.

The only reward that would mean anything to me is my children. There’s nothing that can top being a mother.

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Twenty years ago, I had the privilege to hear the word mom for the very first time... my dream came true, and you changed our lives forever!

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I feel stronger. He gave me the rest of him. I feel stronger, I step forward. I say what I mean, I mean what I say. I stand up for my kids and I feel like I'm the leader of the family.

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With any pregnancy ... you feel a danger. You have to remain positive and try to relax as much as possible. I always say that my children’s first country is inside of me, so I try to make it a good one and be healthy.

What makes me most proud is to be a mother. I have three magnificent kids, that through them, I see my husband and I have the strength today to keep dressing up.

Sometimes you try to embrace them, sometimes you're trying to help them to find their path. But they have to find their own way.

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I thought they were going to go for the big superheroes. They were looking at princesses...and I end up saying to myself, ‘You know what, it’s OK.’ ... Because they’re talking, they’re finding themselves.

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I don’t want to be busier than busy. I don’t want my kids to feel I’m not there for them. I’ve wanted them for too long for that. I want to make the most of them.

To be honest, they're remarkable. They are helping me, I am helping them — it's mutual. They cope with the loss of their dad very well.

When I’m on stage my kids are with me in my head. When I’m home my head sings songs. I don’t bring them with me because I don’t want to live that show business life. I want to go home and get into my PJs and sleep.

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