Céline Dion pictured on a heartwarming card with her grown-up sons 3 years after husband's death
Céline Dion seems more than ready to spent the holidays with her three children and two dogs as they all pose for a lovely Christmas photo.
The Grammy-winning singer is still dealing with the death of her husband, René Angélil, who passed away on January 14, 2016, but is determined to embrace the Christmas spirit.
The 50-year-old took to her Instagram page to share the beautiful Christmas snap with her fans and followers and her family looked absolutely adorable.
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Under the picture, which featured twins Eddy and Nelson, René-Charles and dogs Charlie and Bear, Dion left a short but sweet message wishing everyone's heart and home 'to be filled with warmth, peace and love.
The singer's family seems to be as close as ever and Dion likes to keep it that way because, according to her, all of her free time is spent on her children.
HER FAMILY IS HER NUMBER ONE PRIORITY
Dion revealed that, when she isn't performing at Caesar's palace for her Las Vegas residency, she likes to spend time with them, which has caused her to be surprised a handful of times.
"Dion confessed she is still having trouble adjusting to not having her late husband by her side."
Her children continue to grow, especially the twins, who, at the age of eight, according to their mother, are already trying to discover themselves and who they want to be.
THEY ARE GROWING SO FAST
The 50-year-old claimed they have been trying on different clothes, and even though they are twins, they don't want to wear the same outfits.
Instead, they are trying to find their own style, which, according to the mother-of-three, is very 'important to their emotional growth' and individuality.
STILL NOT USED TO HER HUSBAND'S ABSENCE
Dion confessed she is still having trouble adjusting to not having her late husband by her side, which is why she finds comfort in the twins, who sleep with her in her big bed.
The singer shared that, even though Angélil is no longer with them, the children still keep in touch with their father by saying goodnight to him with a picture, which they also use to talk to him on a daily basis.