Kelly Clarkson and her baby River Rose had their own “Night at the Museum” Saturday at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City.
The “Since You’ve Been Gone” singer shared their visit on social media, posting a picture of River Rose in a stroller, her legs flailing about, People reported. Clarkson and her husband, Brandon Blackstock, were joined in the snapshot by friends and family, also enjoying the visit. The singer captioned the photo: "My family & I had an amazing night at the museum! Thank you @AMNH :) it was awesome & unforgettable!! Thank you Melissa & Jill & Erin & Larry & Mike for the special night!"
The “Breakaway” singer was in New York for a two-night run at Radio City Music Hall, part of her “Piece by Piece” concert tour.
Aside from the museum visit, the couple saw the Broadway play “Finding Neverland. According to E!News, Clarkson shared a cute picture of herself with Blackstock, writing that the show was “freaking fantastic” and its cast “amazing and so talented.”
In other news, Clarkson’s Radio City Music Hall show last Thursday gave fans the opportunity request some of their favorite tunes. Billboard shared a short clip of the singer performing Nick Jonas’ “Jealous” that was dedicated to an audience member who requested it. Before starting the song, Clarkson told the crowd that she was excited to sing “Jealous” and shared that she and Jonas will be touring Canada together. The musician also invited the audience to sing along, saying, “You better sing if you know it."
Kelly Clarkson’s baby River Rose celebrated her first year birthday on June 1. River Rose is Clarkson’s first child, while she is the third for husband Blackstock.