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Beyoncé: 'My mother keeps me grounded by telling me, 'you are not a Queen''

'Halo' superstar Beyoncé has revealed that fame never goes to her head because her loved ones make sure she always has both feet firmly on the ground.

During a press conference for her current tour in London, she explained that her on-stage persona is only temporary and she doesn't allow it to seep into her every day life because her mother reminds her she is just an ordinary person:

"I feel this (superstardom) is temporary and my public life when I'm performing on stage is just a few hours of the day. The rest of the day I'm with my family, I'm changing diapers and I'm with my mother who reminds me, "Girl, you are not a Queen." So it's good to have some balance."

She also opened up about motherhood and admitted that she would love to have more children: "Definitely I would like to have more children. Motherhood has changed everything. You see things a bit differently after you give birth and my biggest job now is to protect my child."



Watch footage from one of her recent London shows here: