Katherine Jenkins three-year-old daughter is on her album and we feel a little unaccomplished.
What were you doing for the first three years of your life?
We suspect your daily activities did not including laying down some vocals in the studio.
While other kids wet their pants and draw on the walls with crayons, young Aaliyah Reign has been getting a head start in her showbiz career.
Her opera singing mum revealed her daughter makes a surprise appearance on her most personal album to date, Guiding Light, during an interview on ITV1s Lorraine on Monday morning.
The 38-year-old appeared on the morning show to talk about her new music, being a mother-of-two and that unexpected feud she had with Alfie Boe, her former West End co-star.
My daughter features a little on there [the album], she reads a little line, the Hallelujah singer, who is also mum to son Xander Robert, said of her new project.
She added: My son is seven months, to take him into the studio was really lovely. Its been a really lovely, happy album to make.
Im absolutely loving being a mum. Its the best thing that ever happened, Katherine continued.
This comes after the mezzo-soprano found herself in hot water after Alfie Boe defaced a picture of the star in HMV.
Just last week she confirmed that the singer had called her a c***, and has scrawled the word across the poster of her.
However, despite the apparent bad feelings, it turns out Katherine has no feud against the Les Miserables star.
She told Lorraine: I sort of feel like I dont want to talk about it – theres no feud from my side.
When Lorraine asked about the poster, she added: HMV staff told me that when I arrived there.
But its Christmas and I just want to focus on that – I wish Alfie all the best and I dont know why I happened.
The star confirmed the news when chatting on Loose Women earlier this week.
Here she addressed the situation and revealed what had actually happened.
Alfie has refused to comment on the incident, however, Katherine told the panel: I wish I could tell you that story isnt true, but that did happen.
We were in Manchester and Id read there was this big feud between us; I dont know anything about a feud. Ive got two kids and an album out – I dont have time to be arguing with anybody.
She added: I dont know what makes somebody do that. Youd have to ask him, really, but obviously, its upsetting. Nobody wants to read that.
However, if anyone thought a little C-bomb was going to bring Katherine down they were wrong.
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Im a big girl and I just want to talk about happier things and not let that affect this week, the singer assured.
Lorraine airs weekdays at 8.30 on ITV.
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