After her husband had died a little over a year ago to throat cancer, the infamous "My Heart Will Go On" singer shared her perspective on what it would be like to get back in the dating world. Celine has admitted multiple times in the past that Rene was her one and only love of her life, and now she says that his loss has had a profound effect on both her and her 6-year-old twins, Nelson and Eddy.
"Now it is definitely too soon for me", she said. "It's very hard for me to see myself with another person". The Canadian superstar opened up in an emotional interview with Dan Wootton in The Sun's weird, about how the loss still affects her and her children. "The love that I have for him, I live it every day", she went on to say. "You gave so much; you don't deserve that".
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"I think I will probably grieve for the rest of my life."
Dion's extremely candid confessions about how she's coping following the death of Rene come after Dion admitted in the interview that she still consults her late husband for advice when it comes to her career.
"I miss him a lot".
Dion's continued communication with her late husband (whom she met at 12 years old, by the way) may surprise many of you, but not those of us who are fortunate enough to have seen her Vegas spectacular in the past year (including Jezebel contributor Sarah Miller). The star went on to say that Rene was the only man in her life.
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The Canadian musician is so devoted to her former flame, she doesn't think she will ever date another man, at least anytime soon.