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Kate Miller-Heidke says her son Ernie, 3, hates her voice 

Kate Miller-Heidke is one of Australia’s Eurovision stars and beloved for her unusual performances. 

But there’s one person who isn’t a fan – her son Ernie, 4, hates the 38-year-old’s voice and is happy to tell her so. 

Speaking to The Daily Telegraph on Saturday, Kate said she’s keen on a doing a children’s album but Ernie is unlikely to be entertained by it.

Not a fan: Kate Miller-Heidke is one of Australia's Eurovision stars and beloved for her unusual performances. But there's one person who isn't a fan - her son Ernie, 4, hates the 38-year-old's voice and is happy to tell her so. Both pictured

Not a fan: Kate Miller-Heidke is one of Australia's Eurovision stars and beloved for her unusual performances. But there's one person who isn't a fan - her son Ernie, 4, hates the 38-year-old's voice and is happy to tell her so. Both pictured

Not a fan: Kate Miller-Heidke is one of Australia’s Eurovision stars and beloved for her unusual performances. But there’s one person who isn’t a fan – her son Ernie, 4, hates the 38-year-old’s voice and is happy to tell her so. Both pictured 

‘Ernie is still not a fan of my voice. He prefers if I don’t sing. At all. He said to me, ‘I love you, but I don’t like you and I especially don’t like your face,” she said. 

The singer added: ‘So… yeah. He just likes having the spotlight to himself. He doesn’t want to share it.’

Despite their differences, Kate says that she’s enjoyed spending time at home while in lockdown. 

Not for him: Kate said she's keen on a doing a children's album but Ernie is unlikely to be entertained by it. 'Ernie is still not a fan of my voice. He prefers if I don't sing. At all. He said to me, 'I love you, but I don't like you and I especially don't like your face,'' she said

Not for him: Kate said she's keen on a doing a children's album but Ernie is unlikely to be entertained by it. 'Ernie is still not a fan of my voice. He prefers if I don't sing. At all. He said to me, 'I love you, but I don't like you and I especially don't like your face,'' she said

Not for him: Speaking to The Daily Telegraph on Saturday, Kate said: ‘Ernie is still not a fan of my voice. He prefers if I don’t sing. At all. He said to me, ‘I love you, but I don’t like you and I especially don’t like your face,” she said

The singer added: 'He just likes having the spotlight to himself. He doesn't want to share it'

The singer added: 'He just likes having the spotlight to himself. He doesn't want to share it'

The singer added: ‘He just likes having the spotlight to himself. He doesn’t want to share it’ 

‘This has been a beautiful bonding time with my family and I’ve been having so much fun with my son. Going on outdoor adventures with him most days. 

‘There’s really a lot to be grateful for when I’ve got the presence of mind to be grateful,’ she said. 

Last year, the star, who shares her son with husband Keir Nuttall, shared details of her experience with postnatal depression.  

The Zero Gravity singer revealed she felt ‘her life was over’ after the birth of her son Ernie. 

Happy: Despite their differences, Kate says that she's enjoyed spending time at home while in lockdown. ''This has been a beautiful bonding time with my family and I've been having so much fun with my son. Going on outdoor adventures with him most days'

Happy: Despite their differences, Kate says that she's enjoyed spending time at home while in lockdown. ''This has been a beautiful bonding time with my family and I've been having so much fun with my son. Going on outdoor adventures with him most days'

 Happy: Despite their differences, Kate says that she’s enjoyed spending time at home while in lockdown. ”This has been a beautiful bonding time with my family and I’ve been having so much fun with my son. Going on outdoor adventures with him most days’

Speaking on The Project, the mother said she was coming back to her former self after putting a lot of energy into raising her young one.   

‘People do fetishise and romanticise motherhood and having a newborn and I found the reality very, very different,’ Kate said. 

The mother said she had a ‘really hard birth’ and ‘neglected herself’ after the birth of her son because she was so focused on making sure he was fine.  

Kate said her song Zero Gravity is about the feeling of getting her life back after feeling low from giving birth, which she likened to ‘getting out of jail’.  

Family: The shares her son with husband Keir Nuttall. Pictured together recently

Family: The shares her son with husband Keir Nuttall. Pictured together recently

Family: The shares her son with husband Keir Nuttall. Pictured together recently 

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