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LeAnn Rimes is more confident

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LeAnn Rimes says she is much more confident since entering her 30s.

The 31-year-old singer, who is married to Eddie Cibrian, admits she is much more "strong and secure" these days.

She said: "I prefer myself now to 10 years ago because I feel strong and secure. I'm truly happy."

Meanwhile, LeAnn admits her wedding to Eddie in 2011 was the best party she's ever been too.

She told Life & Style magazine: "My wedding was perfect. All of our favorite people in one place; Malibu. There was incredible food and music. I didn't want that night to end!"

The 'Can't Fight the Moonlight' singer recently stopped using birth control after discovering her fertility levels were low.

Speaking to Eddie on their VH1 reality TV show 'LeAnn & Eddie', she said: "She [the specialist] told me that my levels are on the lower side of normal and that we should not be waiting very much longer. Does that freak you out?"

However, Eddie - who already has sons Mason, 10, and Jake, six with his ex-wife Brandi Glanville - appeared to question whether they were ready to have a child just yet.

But LeAnn hit back: "I know we were not planning on having a child right now, but I also do not want to miss what possibly could be my only opportunity to have a child naturally."

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