Kelly Osbourne has insisted she is enjoying being single - after breaking off her engagement to Matthew Mosshart earlier this year - and wants to stay that way ''for a very, very long time''.
Kelly Osbourne wants to stay single for a really long time.
The 29-year-old star - who broke off her engagement to Matthew Mosshart in January - said she is ''really enjoying'' her life as it is, and has no idea if she wants to settle down and ''get married'' in the future.
She told the Mail on Sunday newspaper's You magazine: ''I plan on being single for a very, very long time. No, I don't think it's possible for someone to sweep me off my feet right now.
''I'm really enjoying my life ... I don't now if I will ever get married. I think my views on marriage are changing as I get older - not out of heartache, it's just that the world is changing.
''But if I ever do get married, I'm never changing my last name.''
Kelly insisted she would ''be a good mum'', although having seen ''how much work'' her brother Jack puts in with his daughter Pearl, she knows she isn't ready for such a commitment just yet.
She added: ''I think I'd be a good mum. But I see with Pearl how much work it is and how you have to be hands-on at all times.
''One minute she's there and then, all of sudden, you think, 'Where the hell has she gone?' It's a big responsibility. I am not ready for that yet.''
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