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Kylie Minogue admits she may never have children

15 MARCH 2014

Kylie Minogue has admitted that she may never have children.

Despite previously saying she wanted to become a mother and would consider adoption, the 45-year-old pop superstar has said she accepts that it might never happen.

"I don't know how many more times I can say, if it happens, it happens," Kylie told the Daily Mail. "But I think maybe part of this frame of mind I'm in, trying to be calm and accepting and at peace with where I am, is really acknowledging that it just might not be written on the pages for me.
 


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The Voice judge, who has released a staggering 55 singles and topped music charts around the globe, added that she was focussing the achievements she has made, rather than what she doesn't have.

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"You can't have everything," she said. "So I'd rather just focus on what I have instead of what I don't have."
 


The Australian-born star is currently a judge on The Voice


Following her split from Spanish model Andres Velencoso in October 2013, Kiss Me Once singer Kylie opened up about how her life was taking a different course.

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"Part of my new beginning this year is to accept having a baby of my own might not be for me, which carries sadness," Kylie told The Sun. "I'd consider adoption."
 


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Kylie and the Andres were together for five years when they reportedly parted ways due to work commitments.

"The Andres break up was amicable but hard," she explained. "It would be lovely to find a person you're soul mates with forever."
 


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The Melbourne-born star also spoke about her relationship with her younger sister Dannii Minogue, 42.

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"We're close than ever now," revealed Kylie. "I think because we're getting older. But also especially through me being ill," she added, in reference to her 2008 cancer diagnosis.

"She's one of the few people who I can tell very little about my life and my world and how I'm feeling, and I know she understands. She gets it."

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