Natasha Bedingfield says having a baby has made her care less about the 'silly stuff' as she discusses juggling motherhood with her musical comeback
She's recently released the first single from her highly-anticipated album.
And Natasha Bedingfield couldn't contain her smile as she discussed juggling working on her comeback album and motherhood during an interview on Lorraine on Friday.
The Unwritten singer, 37, beamed as she teased details of her return to music and compared creating a new album to 'having another baby'.
Busy schedule: Natasha Bedingfield couldn't contain her smile as she discussed juggling working on her comeback album and motherhood during an interview on Lorraine on Friday
Speaking about managing new music and motherhood, the singer candidly opened up about her son Solomon, 20 month, who she raises with her husband Matt Robinson.
She told presenter Christine Lampard, 40, about his adorable musical talents: 'We were watching TV and he was playing piano, but he played exactly the right notes... I'm suddenly becoming that mum!'
Natasha also likened the experience of creating her comeback album - her first in nine years - to motherhood.
She said: 'It just feels so wonderful, I've just had a baby and then I'm putting out an album which is another baby in a way, it just feels amazing.'
Bundle of joy: Natasha raises son Solomon, 20 months, with her American businessman husband Matt Robinson
Exciting: The Unwritten singer, 37, beamed as she teased details of her return to music and compared creating a new album to 'having another baby'
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The These Words singer insisted that having a child has made her care less about the 'silly stuff'.
She confessed: 'I feel less insecure as I have to grow and evolve for my son.'
The mother-of-one then reminisced on growing up in a musical family and referred to her famous brother, Daniel Bedingfield, 39.
'I just think that everyone is musical - I grew up in a very musical family, singing is good for you - it's good for your soul.
'My brother has always been more talented than me. We had an incredible time growing up in London and we used to roller-skate everywhere! He's a great big brother.'
Juggling: Natasha appeared on Lorraine to chat about releasing her first album in nine years. Speaking about mew music and motherhood, the singer opened up about her son Solomon
The singer also spoke about her true passion for writing music and revealed it could be something she does more in the future.
Natasha then released exciting details of her comeback album: 'We've got a tour in the States and next year will be a tour out here in Europe. I'm a London girl and I wanted to do my first show with that album in London.'
The pop sensation commanded attention on Lorraine, wearing a white strapless maxi dress with a large belted detail.
She completed the girly number with a pair of snakeskin boots and accessorised with hoop earrings.
Glamorous: The pop sensation commanded attention on Lorraine, wearing a white strapless maxi dress with a large belted detail
Priorities: The These Words singer insisted that having a child has made her care less about the 'silly stuff'. She confessed, 'I feel less insecure as I have to grow and evolve for my son'
Natasha is set to make a music comeback this summer with her new album, Roll With Me, scheduled to be released on August 30.
The songstress dominated the British pop scene in the 2000's and hopes to take over the charts once again with new music.
Since then, Natasha has been busy with family life - she welcomed her first child with husband Matt on New Year's Eve in 2017.
Solomon's arrival came eight years after Natasha tied the knot with her American businessman beau in Malibu, California.
In July, she released a fun single from her fourth studio album, Roller Skate.
Family: Natasha has been busy with family life - she welcomed her first child, Solomon, on New Year's Eve in 2017
Natasha rose to the spotlight after her debut album Unwritten went three-times Platinum in 2004 with popular tracks including Single and These Words.
The iconic song Unwritten remained on top when it was used in the opening credit's of reality show The Hills - a remixed version was recently launched for the 2019 comeback.
In November last year, Natasha made headlines when she revealed that she co-wrote Cheryl's comeback song Love Made Me Do It.
Natasha previously co-wrote Disturbia for Rihanna and the Kiss Of Life' with The Corrs and Love Song to the Earth, which saw the likes of Paul McCartney, Jon Bon Jovi, Fergie, Nicole Scherzinger, Leona Lewis and Sean Paul join her on the track to raise money for Friends of the Earth.
Comeback queen: Natasha is set to make a music comeback this summer with her new album, Roll With Me, scheduled to be released on August 30
Natasha recently took to Instagram to enlighten fans on her musical comeback. She thanked Linda Perry, who produced the album and co-wrote the song, Roller Skate, writing: 'That feeling when you are sitting on incredible and life changing music that everyone has yet to discover...'
'I know it’s been a long time since I released anything proper and I want to thank you all for your incredible patience. Had to make something worth waiting for.'
She added: 'Had to find @reallindaperry to uncover the angel in my metaphorical stone. Savouring this moment, to be honest, because once music gets released I feel that it becomes yours and no longer mine.'
Early fame: Natasha rose to the spotlight after her debut album Unwritten went three-times Platinum in 2004 with popular tracks including Single and These Words