Mariah Carey needed 'extra help' raising twins
Mariah Carey has admitted she ''couldn't have coped'' raising her three-year-old twins ''without extra help'', but insisted she doesn't want to miss special moments at they're growing up.
Mariah Carey couldn't have coped with her twins ''without extra help''.
The singing sensation insisted she doesn't want to miss a moment of her daughter Monroe and son Moroccan, both three, growing up, but admitted she was glad to have people to support her.
She told the Sunday Mirror newspaper's Notebook magazine: ''Every little bit of a child's life counts, every memory, every moment. I can never have this time back.
''But it's a luxury to be able to have someone there. I don't know how people do it - I was breastfeeding in tandem.
''I did everything I could, but I couldn't have done this without extra help. I'm grateful. I have two people who help a lot.''
Meanwhile, Mariah revealed she doesn't live out her diva image at home, but joked her daughter outshines her in that regard.
She added ''I'm always in sweatpants. But I may wear a high-heeled pump with them ... A slipper with a puff.
''I have so much fun with Miss Monroe, as I call my daughter, and she is - even though we don't like to use this word - a natural-born diva, darling.
''She walks in my heels, she's in my lingerie closet. She has me beat by a mile.''
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