Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 28 January 2015

Christina Milian: I’ve learnt a lot about myself

Christina Milian says she “learned a lot” about herself in 2010. Last year the singer split from her husband, music producer The-Dream, amid allegations he was seeing another woman.

Now Christina admits the whole experience was a learning curve for her – and that her family is paramount.

The star has a young daughter called Violet with The-Dream, and Christina looks after the interests of her ten-month-old child now.

“I learned a lot about myself this year [2010]. I learned what I can handle. I learned how much I can take,” she told Latina magazine. “I learned who I am and what I will accept for myself and my daughter.”

The 29-year-old says that being a new mother even makes her feel more attractive. Christina believes the job of caring for a baby is like nothing else.

“Being a new mother definitely makes me feel so much sexier than ever before. There’s a certain responsibility that I carry being a mom that makes me feel very confident and so blessed,” she explained. “Being a mom is the best thing that’s ever happened to me.”

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