Celine Dion shows off her twin sons

13:25, February 25, 2011      

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Celine Dion shows off her twin sons, Eddy and Nelson, during an appearance on Oprah Winfrey's US chat show. The singer rocked the babies, sang to them and showered them with kisses as she let Oprah's cameras into her Florida home. Celine's husband, Rene Angelil, and their eldest son, Rene-Charles, also appeared in the footage. The vocalist revealed that her mother and sister help her look after the new babies.[Photo/CFP]
Celine Dion plans to carry on breastfeeding her twins when she starts her Las Vegas residency.

The 'My Heart Will Go On' singer is due to start a three-year run of concerts at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas on March 15 and intends to keep nursing four-month old sons Nelson and Eddy for as long as they need it, despite her gruelling schedule.

When quizzed on what her plans for the boys are once her shows start, Celine - who also has a 10-year-old son Rene-Charles with her husband Rene Angelil - told 'Access Hollywood': "I can either go to them or they can come to me - it's going to be practical, it's going to be easy since I'm still breastfeeding the babies, so it's every three hours - for both.

"The show is an hour and 40 minutes. Then I have time to shower and get loose and relax and breastfeed the babies again and then have a bite and go to bed myself."

The 42-year-old singer also revealed Rene-Charles is getting on well with his new siblings and is always trying to make them laugh.

She added: "He's (Rene-Charles) in school, he's got his buddies, he's 10 years old. Of course he's playing funny face with them, you know, he's doing all that type of things."

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