Lana Del Rey Reflects on the Prospect of Motherhood: ‘I See It Coming for Me’

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Lana Del Rey Explores the Possibility of Starting a Family in Recent Interview


Lana Del Rey is opening up about the prospect of starting a family. The 38-year-old singer, known for “Say Yes to Heaven,” reflected on whether she plans to have children in a recent interview, expressing that she believes there is still more to explore in her life.

In her conversation with The Sunday Times, Del Rey shared her perspective, stating, “That’s why God didn’t give me children yet. Because there is more to explore. I know people who’ve tested every water. It’s burnt them, like Icarus. But I’m willing to go there.”

While acknowledging the uncertainties, the musician revealed that she envisions herself becoming a mother in the future, saying, “I see it coming for me. We’ll see. We’ll see what melts the wings.”


Lana Del Rey’s reflections on motherhood follow her confirmation of being single in a recent interview with Harper’s BAZAAR.

In the interview, the singer, who recently released a cover of John Denver’s “Take Me Home, Country Roads,” shared details about the breakup with her recent boyfriend. She mentioned that the split occurred because he “didn’t get” her house, expressing her realization that even the most laid-back person might not feel comfortable in her space. Del Rey added, “Sadly, part of you knows … that ain’t it. … That one shocked me. I won’t name names and whatever, but that one really shocked me, that person. That was actually the end of a relationship.”

Lana Del Rey shared with the outlet that her ex desired the “idea of her” rather than embracing her true self, and coming to terms with this reality was “a tough nut to swallow.” She expressed that she is in the process of learning and gaining clarity about her wants and needs.


In her most recent interview, Lana Del Rey acknowledged the unexpected success in her music career since emerging onto the scene in 2011. Reflecting on this, she told The Sunday Times, “It’s weird. It’s not necessarily what I saw coming!”

The singer also candidly addressed the detrimental impact fame has had on her mental health, emphasizing the importance of self-care. Del Rey explained, “You really have to take care of yourself, because putting your faith in the public is like building your house in the sand. They’ll turn and turn. I’ve experienced that in all parts of my life.” She added, “People reveal sides of themselves years after you meet, so you have to ground yourself all the way down to your knees.”