Kelly Clarkson Shares Wedding Video, Thanks Fans For Well Wishes

Kelly Clarkson has made good on her promise to share her wedding to Brandon Blackstock with her fans!

The 31-year-old singer posted a video of her big day on Twitter on Tuesday.

“Here is a little video of our special day! Thanks to everyone for all of your well wishes!!! #cloud9 #tieitup,” she Tweeted, along with a link to the clip.

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The video is set to Patty Griffin’s “Heavenly Day,” and shows the couple exchanging their vows outdoors surrounded by stunning fall leaves and trees at Blackberry Farms in Tennessee.

Kelly announced she and Brandon, 35, had tied the knot via Twitter on Monday, writing, “I’m officially Mrs. Blackstock :) We got married yesterday at Blackberry Farms in TN, the most beautiful place ever!”

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Now that she’s married, Kelly’s got motherhood on the brain.

In interview with Access Hollywood earlier this month, the singer said she wants a little one for Christmas.

“We’re getting married soon – like really soon – and I already told him that when we’re past the wedding, I want a baby. I was like, ‘That’s my Christmas present that you can give me,’” Kelly – whose first Christmas album, “Wrapped In Red,” drops on Friday – said at the time.

And she’s already consulting her fellow superstars who have had children about what it’s like to travel with a baby.
“I ask girls [how they balance motherhood and career] all that time, like Hilary Scott, the girl in Lady Antebellum, one of my friends, she was preggers, and I was asking her everything. I was like, ‘So, can you work while you’re pregnant?’” she told Access. “I was sitting there just completely bombarding her with preggers questions. You can do it, you can. She said, ‘Man, when you get tired, you just have to tell people to stop.’”

Adding, “So, I’ll tell people. I won’t have any problem doing that. I’ll be like, ‘I’ve got to take a break.’”

-- Erin O’Sullivan

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