Rihanna vows to have four kids in 10 years with or WITHOUT a partner

Rihanna shared her plans to expand her family within the next 10 years and detailed her anxiety battle in a new interview.

The chart-topping musician and businesswoman, 32, made history by becoming the first person to grace the cover of British Vogue in a durag for a high-fashion shoot captured by critically-acclaimed photographer Steven Klein.

Sharing her personal aspirations, the singer revealed she's open to raising 'three or four children' alone if she hasn't found The One, telling the publication in its May issue:

Would I do it on my own? Hell yeah! I'll have kids - three or four of 'em', the Umbrella hitmaker said.

The fashion mogul - who split from Saudi billionaire Hassan Jameel in January following a three-year romance - insisted being in a relationship will not hold her back from her plans on becoming a mother.

Hailing 'love' as the most fundamental element in being a parent, Rihanna said: 

Hell yeah, I feel like society makes me want to feel like 'Oh you got it wrong … They diminish you as a mother, [if] there's not a dad in your kid's lives. But the only thing that matters is happiness, that's the only healthy relationship between a parent and a child. That's the only thing that can raise a child truly, is love.

Whilst the Bajan star is set in her ways when it comes to her parenting plan, she's less sure about her career goals, as she is keeping her fans in the dark about when they can expect her next studio album.

The fashion designer said she's working 'aggressively' on new music, but isn't imposing any strict deadlines on herself.

She explained:

I can't say when I'm going to drop … but I am very aggressively working on music.

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