Kelly Clarkson is under the primary custody of her and Brandon Blackstock’s children due to ongoing divorce proceedings.
After approximately seven years of marriage, Clarkson filed for divorce with Blackstock in June 2020 on the grounds of “irreconcilable differences.” They have a 6-year-old daughter River and a 4-year-old son Remington. Alexander.
According to “People” reports, singers and talk show hosts have obtained primary custody of the children to ensure the stability of their lives. Talent manager Blackstock plans to live in Montana, while she continues to work and live in Los Angeles.
In the court documents obtained by the outlet, the court ruled that “the degree of conflict between parents has increased. Due to the trust issue between the two parties, it is difficult for both parties to provide mutual parental assistance.
KELLY CLARKSON “cannot see”
As a result, Blackstock will be allowed to visit and video chat with the children in Los Angeles at the agreed time every day. In addition, the children will spend the Thanksgiving holiday with their father, from December 19 to Christmas at 2 pm. At the same time, she will get them on the afternoon of the end of the New Year holiday.
It was pointed out that they would share common natural and legal guardianship, but she would remain the main natural guardianship holder in Los Angeles.
Clarkson recently opened up the idea of putting children in treatment to protect their “little hearts.”
KELLY CLARKSON reveals that her child is undergoing Brandon Blacksock’s treatment for divorce
She told Extra: “Only one day,’Wow, this has changed forever. Not only my heart has changed, but other small hearts.’
The “Voice” coach continued: “As far as the therapist or child psychologist is concerned, we provide a lot of help because we want to do the right thing.”
“Of course I want to do it right,” Clarkson added. “Everyone is sad, and it can be sad.”
In a recent talk show, the Grammy Award winner seemed to hint at the reason why she and Blackstock had parted ways.
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“Even at the age of 38, I still feel that I have been constantly changing and improving in a good way and in a good way. I have always wanted to make sure that I am the best version of myself,” she told the audience .
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She continued: “Since I was a child, my mother has been telling me that you are the people around you,” Clarkson explained. “You have to make sure that you are surrounded by people around you. These people also want to be your best. Good people also want to set a good common goal for everyone (not just themselves), right?”