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Kimberly Wyatt: My tot's a musician

Published 06/09/2015

Kimberly Wyatt
Kimberly Wyatt

Kimberly Wyatt's little girl already loves rocking out at festivals and having "dance parties".

The 33-year-old former Pussycat Doll has nine-month-old Willow with her husband Max Rogers. And it seems her love for all things musical is already starting to rub off on her offspring.

"I think she is!" Kimberly beamed to British magazine OK! "We took her to Cornbury Festival in July. I was dancing to Bhangra music with her. I have a video and she's stomping her feet to the music! She feels it! We have little dance parties when I practise DJ'ing at home."

Kimberly performed with Pussycat Doll bandmates Nicole Scherzinger, Ashley Roberts, Carmit Bachar, Jessica Sutta and Melody Thornton until the group dissolved in 2010. Since then she's continued with her dancing and appeared on TV shows including Celebrity MasterChef and Got to Dance in the UK.

Despite knowing the downfalls of showbiz, Kimberly wouldn't stop her daughter from starting a career in the spotlight.

"You don't pick your children's passion," she reasoned. "My hope is that she finds something that she's passionate about, and whatever that may be, I'll be behind her 100 per cent!"

Kimberly and Max live in England for now, but the American star still has all of her family over in the US. Recently she took Willow to visit them for the first time.

"It was nerve-wracking because I've always been the one on the flight that sees the baby come on and thinks, 'Oh god, here we go!'" she admitted.

"It's a huge change of perspective. But Willow was amazing and the flight attendants all said, 'Aww!' She slept most of the time."

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