Taking some time away from the limelight, Celine later released her new French album to speak about René, revealing she feels his presence on stage."My husband and I, we were a team and we're still a team," she said. We always said that we were - when I was very, very young, - 50/50."The love that I have for him, I live it every day.And as a woman, we do have emotions and feelings that come and go. I need them close.” “We kiss him every night,” Dion continued."I am definitely in love with [René], married to him," she told Celine Dion's husband René Angélil passed away in January 2016 The singer, who shares son René-Charles, 16, and six-year-old twins Eddy and Nelson with her late husband, admitted that she will grieve for the rest of her life.
Give yourself time to grieve, and seek out the support of family and friends before dating again.Though it might be tempting to jump into a new relationship with the first person you date, be careful to take things slowly, says author and widower Abel Keogh in the article "10 Dating Tips for Widows and Widowers" on his website.It is normal to want all of the things you lost -- affection, love and companionship -- but if you aren't careful, both you and your new partner could end up hurt.Celine Dion lost her husband, René Angélil, after a long battle with throat cancer more than a year ago, but the "How Does a Moment Last Forever" singer is still very much recovering from his absence."I think I will probably grieve for the rest of my life," she said of her husband of almost 22 years during a recent interview with The Sun, before adding that she's not ready to begin dating again."Now it is definitely too soon for me," the 49-year-old said.