Kylie says she might never get married

Kylie Minogue says she thinks she will never find a husband.

Kylie Minogue says she thinks she will never find a husband.

She says she is happier than she has been for a long time with her boyfriend James Gooding.

But Kylie won't mind ending up as a 65-year-old spinster if her career is a success.

"I don't know whether I'll ever marry," she told The Sun.

"I've never had this romantic vision that everything will be OK if I get married but I'm fairly content.

"So far I've been committed to work in my life and that has probably got in the way but I have no regrets.

"My life has always been geared towards my career. If my life is complete in other ways then I don't mind being a 65-year-old spinster."

Kylie says she thinks she would be good with children: "But I reckon I'd be a good mum - I don't pretend to know anything about motherhood, I'll only know about that when it happens. Sometimes I feel broody."

She added: "A lot of my friends are married and have children. I love bouncing them on my knee - but it's nice handing them back. "

Kylie is tipped to win Brit Awards for Best International Female and Best International Album tonight.

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