She's 3! Kelly Clarkson's 'Beautiful' Daughter River Celebrates with Sweet Princess-Themed Party - See the Photos
Kelly Clarkson's daughter River Rose wished for "pink forever" on her third birthday
Introducing Princess River Rose!
For the occasion, River sported multiple outfits — including a sparkling blue swimsuit and a gold gown and tiara that would make even Disney princess Belle jealous.
“Happy Bday 2 our smart, witty & beautiful girl, River Rose!” Clarkson, 35, posted on Twitter alongside a collage of photos from the party taken by photographer Weiss Eubanks.
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And where would any princess be without her chariot?
River had not one, but two, of them on hand to ride in style for her birthday festivities. There was a beautiful cast iron one made with pink tulle and flowers for decoration and another made out of plastic for riding.
In true 3-year-old fashion, River wished for “pink forever” when it came time to blow out her candles, according to Clarkson’s caption.
She had a big yellow birthday cake and a number of blue, yellow and pink frosted cupcakes with cut-outs of Disney characters. A toy version of Belle’s Enchanted Rose can be seen sitting next to the table of sweets.
Clarkson and Blackstock welcomed their daughter in 2014, and are also parents to son Remington Alexander, 1. Clarkson is also stepmother to Blackstock’s oldest children: Seth and Savannah.
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In January, the singer opened up about what it’s like parenting four children.
“We don’t generally do a lot honestly, because we’re just so tired! [Brandon] manages Blake Shelton, he also manages me, we have four kids, there’s a whole career!” said Clarkson when she stopped by Elvis Duran and The Morning Show.
“I had kids older, so I had selfish times when I’d go out and have fun so I don’t feel like I’ve missed anything. I feel like a lot of moms that started at like 21 having kids — no, no. I started at 30, so we’re good!”