Reba McEntire Is Not Only A Country Music Superstar: She's Also A Busy Mom Of 6 Children!

Reba McEntire is not just a country music superstar. The singer is also a mom of six!

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Well, technically, she has only one biological son. But the 63-year-old hates the word "stepchildren". And she sees all of her kids as her own flesh and blood.

What do we know about Reba’s kids?

When she tied the knot with a steer-wrestling champion, Charlie Battles, back in 1976, the redhead became the stepmother of 2 sons, Coty and Lance. We don’t know much about Lance. But Coty followed in his father’s footsteps.

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Then, the country star married Narvel Blackstock in 1989. The manager and guitarist already had 3 children from his first marriage – Chassidy, Brandon, and Shawna.

 

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As Reba said at the time:

I don't consider Brandon, Chassidy, and Shawna stepchildren. I claim them all.

We bet you heard about at least one of her stepchildren – Brandon. The music manager is married to a famous singer, Kelly Clarkson. And Reba could not be any happier when Kelly joined the family:

To have my buddy as my daughter-in-law, I mean, who could ask for more?

 

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McEntire also has a son with Narvel born in 1990. The 28-year-old left school and pursued a full-time racing career.

 

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Besides being an awesome mother, stepmother, and mother-in-law, the iconic singer is also a wonderful grandmother. Brandon Blackstock and Kelly Clarkson have welcomed 2 kids, daughter River Rose and son Remington Alexander.

 

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And Reba absolutely enjoys spending time with her grandchildren!

 

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The singer also gladly shares the key to having a happy family. And it’s quite simple. You just need to treat others the way you want to be treated and be eager to learn from your kids:

My kids have taught me to not sweat the little stuff and to appreciate life.  Our time on Earth is too short to worry about the small things you can’t really change.

 

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A great advice, isn’t it?

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