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Céline Dion’s Twin Boys Jumpstart Their Birthday Celebrations at Disneyland!

10/15/2015 at 10:19 AM ET

Céline Dion‘s twin sons are growing up so fast, but their love for Mickey Mouse is still going strong.

On Wednesday, the singer, 47, took her boys Eddy and Nelson to Disneyland in Anaheim, California, for an early start on their birthday celebrations. (Dion and husband René Angélil welcomed the fraternal twins nearly 5 years ago on Oct. 23, 2010. They also have an eldest son, René-Charles, now 14.)

At one point, Dion and her twins took a break from the rides for some face time with Mickey himself, gathering for a group photo in front of the Sleeping Beauty Castle. The adorable snap shows Dion beaming as she kneels down next to her boys, who are wearing matching outfits, including the same Converse shoes their famous mom has on.

Celine Dion with twins
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Céline Dion: ‘I’m Not My Son’s Favorite Singer’

09/10/2013 at 11:00 AM ET

Celine Dion Son Rene-Charles Favorite Singer National Photo Group

She’s sold more than 200 million albums worldwide, but that doesn’t impress Céline Dion‘s 12-year-old son, René-Charles.

“I’m not his favorite singer, for sure,” the singer admitted Monday in an interview with Access Hollywood. “I’m his favorite mom, though. That’s the main thing.”

Although he’s much more impressed by rappers like Eminem, Dion — also mom to fraternal twins Eddy and Nelson, 3 next month — admits a recent revelation scored her some cool points with her son, whom she calls R.C.

Dion’s new single “Loved Me Back to Life” was written by Australian singer Sia Furler, who also wrote Rihanna‘s hit “Diamonds” and co-wrote and sang on David Guetta‘s track, “Titanium.”

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Céline Dion: The Twins Are Typical Toddlers

06/28/2013 at 07:45 PM ET

Celine Dion
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Deciding to sing the title track for the new film Unfinished Song was a no-brainer for Céline Dion.

“There are not enough movies out there like this one,” she tells PEOPLE about the comedy, which stars Terence Stamp, Vanessa Redgrave and Gemma Arterton and follows the story of a grumpy pensioner who joins the unconventional local choir.

“The movie is full of love and reminds you to live every day to the fullest.”

And Dion, 45, is certainly doing just that. Besides her nightly shows at Las Vegas’ Caesars Palace, an English-language album coming out this fall and helping launch the career of new artist Véronic DiCaire, she’s got her hands full with 12-year-old son René-Charles and 2½-year-old fraternal twins Eddy and Nelson.
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