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Thursday 31 July 2014

Iglesias needs to keep life private

Enrique Iglesias rarely discusses his private life

Enrique Iglesias has revealed he keeps his personal life to himself because he needs the "balance".

The Spanish-American singer is known for being fiercely private about his life and rarely opens up about his relationship with former tennis star Anna Kournikova, and told E! News that the separation of his career and home life is very important to him.

"For me, my personal life, I do try to keep it as private as possible because I need that balance," Enrique said.

"When I go back home I want to make sure that whatever goes on in my house is just for me and my loved ones with me that are right there. I need that."

But the star admitted he understands that an interest in his personal life "comes with the territory".

He said: "I understand why people ask, 'Are you married? Do you have a girlfriend? Do you wanna have kids? Do you have kids that we don't know about?'."

"It's understandable," he added.

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