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Wednesday 26 November 2014

Alicia Keys is 'natural mom'

Alicia Keys
Alicia Keys

Alicia Keys is a "natural" at being a mother, her husband Swizz Beatz says.

The DJ and rapper praised his  superstar wife and revealed she has taken to motherhood like a duck to water.

The couple has one child together, son Egypt Daoud Dean, who was born in October 2010.

"She's just a natural mom," he told People. "She even surprised my mom, who wanted to give her tips but was like, 'What tips can I give her?! She's already ahead of the game.'"

The musician also revealed that Alicia and he are open to the idea of expanding their family.

"God willing, yes," he said. "Everything just has to flow."

Swizz Beatz couldn't stop gushing about his spouse and added that they have settled into marital bliss.

The loved-up pair got married on the French island of Corsica in July 2010.

However, they struggled with controversy after the producer's ex-wife claimed the couple had an affair while they were still together - allegations which bot Alicia and Swizz denied furiously.

"We have a lot of fun and we're very family oriented," he said of married life with the star. "[The most surprising thing about my new life is] That you can really be married to your best friend."

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