It looks like Kelly Rowland and her family are having a cozy quarantine at home! The 39-year-old told Life & Style all about her self-isolation life with husband Tim Weatherspoon and son Titan — and baking is at the top of the list.
The Destiny’s Child alum gushed over the activity as something she treasures with their 5-year-old boy. “I remember doing it with my grandmother. I remember baking cakes with my mother,” she explained while promoting her partnership with Betty Crocker for their #BettyBringstheParty Sweepstakes. “So I have this experience with my son, and it’s the coolest thing ever, because it’s what he loves, his past time. I find us literally baking cakes and cupcakes, and finding new molds and stuff on Amazon, just so he can have a new kind of cake every two weeks.”
As for her hubby, he’s the “taster” of the family — after all, every crew needs one! The Atlanta native revealed her little trio has been enjoying movie nights, playing games and bike riding as well. The group is also “quarantining with another family” so their sons could continue playing together. “The boys are inseparable so we know if they went anytime without each other they would be depressed,” she added.
When they aren’t spending time with family friends, Kelly and Tim, 46, definitely have their date nights. “We love watching movies, me and my husband love old school ’90s movies,” the Voice judge said. “We watch a lot of those.” They have also been binge-watching TV, like the rest of us.
When it comes to staying present and happy in their six-year marriage amid social distancing, the couple takes solace in their personal hobbies for a bit of “me” time. Kelly loves gardening, while her talent manager hubby is all about golf. “My husband swings his golf clubs, like when he’s like, you know, feeling the need to but he’s always practicing his swing,” she said. “And I’m trying to find a new succulent to plant so when we need our time away, we get it.”
Though the Grammy Award winner seems to have isolation down to a science, it wasn’t easy to figure out her routine. “If I’m being honest with you, it’s been really a tough time finding a groove,” Kelly explained. “And when I say groove, I mean like, ‘Oh my god, I’m gonna get up at this time and exercise at this time.’ Like, that’s just not even realistic, because that’s the way my old life used to treat me. I’m just trying to make sure I have me some meditation time or some sort of me time.”
Ultimately, Kelly and her family are making the most of this time they have together. “We can’t complain. We are healthy,” she raved. “We have a home, we have each other. We are not complaining at all.”