She gave birth to her twin sons Nelson and Eddy six weeks ago after a long struggle to conceive via IVF.
Now Celine Dion is sharing her joy at her miracle babies, appearing on the cover of Hello!
The 42-year-old told the magazine that the babies had made her life 'extraordinary,' and that she 'doesn't know how women do it.'
Every day René asks, "Did you sleep well?'" she said. 'I'm like, '"You must be kidding! There is no sleep!'"' she says.
'We named Nelson after Nelson Mandela. We went to South Africa on the last tour and... it was such an impact to meet him, what a hero and we decided to name a son after him.'
She said Eddy was named after the lyricist, Eddy Marnay, who worked on five of her French language albums, as well as songs, by Barbra Streisand and Edith Piaf.
'We wanted our sons to be able to say they were named after two wonderful people.'
Celine also talked about her battle to conceive. 'We tried five times before I got pregnant. On the sixth try, it worked out. We were blessed twice.
'It's extraordinary to be parents again. Nelson and Eddy are doing well. They're six weeks old.'