Rihanna: 'I Will Probably Have a Kid'

The Bajan pop star talks Chris Brown and motherhood in Elle UK.

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On the heels of the Law & Order: SVU episode that depicted a Rihanna look-alike killed by a Chris Brown look-alike, the real Bajan pop singer reveals in Elle UK that she and Brown have an unbreakable bond. Also, she envisions herself as a mother in the future, reports the Daily News.

The Barbadian beauty, 25, opened up in the April issue of Elle UK about how Brown inspired her new single "Stay," and why she intends to keep him in her life, no matter what anyone else thinks.

"'Stay' is a story about having love that close and wanting it to last forever," the "Diamonds" singer explained to the magazine, on newsstand March 6.

"You don't have that feeling with everybody so when you have it you don't want to let go of it. I would definitely say that he is the one I have that kind of relationship with," she said of Brown.

"What we want [is] a great friendship that's unbreakable," the star noted.

"Now that we're adults we can do this right. We got a fresh start and I'm thankful for that." … 

Being caught up in another controversy isn't on Rihanna's long-term agenda. In the not-so-distant future, the singer even hopes to start a family. When asked where she sees herself in five years, Rihanna said she imagines a more maternal role.

"I will probably have a kid," Rihanna said. "And I'll have to set some things up so I don't have to tour for the rest of my life, even though I love touring."

Read more at the Daily News.

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