Kelly Clarkson has admitted her main goal in life is to be a ''successful mother and wife'' so people will remember her as that more than as a great singer.
Kelly Clarkson wants to be remembered as a ''successful mother and wife'' after she dies.
While the 32-year-old singer - who has eight-month-old daughter River Rose with husband Brandon Blackstock - is still making new music, the blonde star doesn't want to rely on her career to make her happy and insists her ''big goal'' in life to be a great mum and partner.
She said: ''I've accomplished a lot, but I guess the biggest success I want is that whenever I die people will say, 'She was so successful as a mother, and as a wife.' That's kind of my big goal.
''I love what I do, but I feel like I relied on my career a lot for my self-worth. And now I'm more than that. I'm a mother and a wife and have this whole other thing going on.
''I never thought I was going to be a mom, so it's very much changed my world in the most awesome way.''
Kelly seems particularly determined to make a success of her marriage because her own parents divorced when she was five years old, and while she doesn't hold anything against them because of their split, she wants to learn from it.
She added to PEOPLE magazine: ''My best friend always says, 'You just want to create the family you never had.' I might be doing that.
''In defence of my family, it happens. People fall out of love, and people go separate ways. People are human.''
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