Celine Dion’s Son, Rene Charles Angelil Is Not Into Identity Crisis; Her Twins Are Also Adorable

By Sumeet Kaur | 1 year ago
Celine Dion’s Son, Rene Charles Angelil Is Not Into Identity Crisis; Her Twins Are Also Adorable

The world got first glimpse of celebrity Celine Dion’s son, Rene Charles Angelil when she and her little angel appeared on the cover page of Hello Magazine years back. Today, Rene Angelil Jr. is a grown up boy of 14 years and looks handsome standing with her mom in a picture. The picture was posted by Rene Charles Angelil on Instagram and has already been viewed by a lot of fans.

Apart from colloquially known as a celebrity kid, Angelil has his own identity. He is also an ardent hockey player. Named after his father, the 14-year-old posed to get clicked against the backdrop of a jersey, which has been worn by Canadian hockey player, P.K. Sabban before.

In the selfie Grammy-winning mom and the son look adorable with their hands held in double peace sign. It’s no doubt Angelil’s countenance has a lot of resemblance to his mother Dion. Angelil looks every bit cool flaunting reverse cap on his head. Dion too looks all proud standing beside him.

Angelil lately is pursuing sports interests seriously and spends his time playing for the Nevada Storm youth hockey team Bantam AA . He is No. 19 in the team.

Dion also has two endearing twin boys named Eddy and Nelson. She recently took them to Disneyland in Anaheim, California. It seems Dion has started celebrating their birthday a few days before the actual date and the kids have lot of surprises on their way until the birth date October 23 arrives.

Celine Dion also got clicked with her two twins posing with Mickey Mouse in front of the Sleeping Beauty Castle background, where both twins wore identical clothes. The dark pants paired with Smokey The Bear athletic shirts and baseball caps just added oodles of cuteness to their persona.

From both the pictures, Dion’s 73-year-old husband, Rene Angelil was missing as he is suffering from prolonged throat cancer. In a conversation with USA Today Dion has said, he “want(s) to die in your (my) arms.” She has also told Us Weekly, “I’m trying really hard to show my children that sickness and things happen in life. You cannot be crying and be depressed.”

Photo Source: Facebook/Celine Dion