Kelly Clarkson didn't plan to tell people she was pregnant with Remington, now seven months, back in August 2015 and quipped she got in trouble with her husband for revealing the news at a concert.
Kelly Clarkson told her fans about her pregnancy before some of her family found out.
The 'Since U Been Gone' hitmaker couldn't help but confess to be expecting her second child at a concert back in August 2015, although she now admits she wasn't in her husband Brandon Blackstock's good books for a while afterwards.
Speaking on The Tyler Oakley Show, she revealed: ''By the way, I wasn't supposed to [tell people I was pregnant]. My husband was like, 'You seriously can't keep anything in' because we hadn't told our whole family yet.
''And I just thought these people are going to think I'm crazy because I was so emotional. I just have super duper pregnancy moments where everything is just one hundred times more intense.''
Meanwhile, the 34-year-old singer - who has River Rose, two, and seven-month-old Remington Alexander - previously admitted to suffering from ''mom guilt''.
She said: ''It's hard. You have to juggle everything. While I love music, my family comes first. There are days where s**t hits the fan, and I'm crying because there's not enough time to do everything. But that's any mom. It's a hard thing to take care of children. You're molding lives. You don't want to suck at it.
''I'm bad at time management. I definitely feel mom guilt a lot. I think every good mom does, right? I think I have mom guilt too because my mom didn't have help and I have help. I feel like, 'Why can't I do it all?' But you can't. That's dumb.
''I do so much for them and I do bend over backwards. But it doesn't matter. If you're a mom, you want to be with your kid every day. You don't want to miss a moment and you want her to need you and want you and not want somebody else.''
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