Kelly Clarkson says she's been seeking 'help from child psychologists' as kids are 'sad' about singer's divorce

KELLY Clarkson has revealed she's been seeking 'a lot of help from child psychologists' for her two children following her divorce from Brandon Blackstock.

The singer admitted her kids, six-year-old River Rose and Remington Alexander, 4, were 'sad' after their parents' split.

Kelly was married to Brandon for nearly seven years before calling an end to the relationship in June.

"It’s just one day when you’re like, ‘Wow, this has forever changed and it’s not just my heart has changed, there’s other little hearts, too'," the mom-of-two told Extra.

The Invincible singer spoke as she prepared for the 19th season of The Voice to kick off.

Kelly is one of the show's judges alongside Gwen Stefani, John Legend and Blake Shelton.


The singer went on to discuss how she used music to 'share her story' and the support she receives.

Kelly said: "I have a great family and friends that are there for me…

"It’s a very hard thing to navigate, to be able to be honest and share your story, so maybe you can help someone else, but at the same time protecting these little kids you adore."

She added: "We have a lot of help as far as therapists or child psychologists ‘cause we want to do it right…

"Everyone’s sad and it’s okay to be sad."

Kelly filed for divorce from Brandon and cited “irreconcilable differences," while she also requested joint custody of their two children.

The star has also been very candid about her feelings on her Kelly Clarkson Show.

The Voice judge recently sang an emotional cover of I Can't Make You Love Me by Bonnie Raitt as she continues to deal with the split.

People were loving the cover as they took to the comments section to react.


One wrote: "Who can stop your tears from rolling down?! I can't!

"The power of emotions in your voice ohhh GOD!!! You make me cry again Kelly."

Another chimed in with: "OMG, her emotion is gut-wrenching. No one compares."

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