Alicia Keys “Definitely” Wants More Children

Alicia Keys and husband Swizz Beatz, with son Egypt hitching a ride on his shoulders, are seen taking a stroll together in the West Village

Motherhood has been a welcome change for singer Alicia Keys and since giving birth to son Egypt two years ago, her priorities have definitely shifted.

“To have this type of love in my life at this time in my life, it means so much,” she tells Lara Logan on Friday’s (November 23) Person to Person. “Perspectives change, priorities change.”

“I was such a different person seven years ago,” she continues. “Nothing would stop me from traipsing from here to London to L.A. back to London to L.A. in three days and not sleep. … It was just that I thought that that was everything. But to have time to spend with my family and my son, it’s like perspectives change a bit, it’s like, ‘Hold up! Let’s not kill ourselves here.’ ”

Although balancing a family with her musical career has been an adjustment for the Girl on Fire singer, she is more than open for having more children.

“Definitely at least one more [baby],” she claims.

Alicia and her husband, rapper-producer Swizz Beatz, 34, married in July 2010.

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  1. Anonymous

    That’s just what that man needs: more kids.

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  2. Anonymous

    Doesn’t he have kids all over the place? 1 from this girl, 1 from another? People have no morals anymore.

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  3. Anonymous

    Your wrong, he has one from his first baby mama and another from his ex wife and a little girl from another woman and then the little boy with Alicia Keys.

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  4. ewww…. her son is so adorable. but why they named him Egypt? are they muslim?

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