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Mariah Carey gears up for a joyful holiday break with her children after a successful Christmas tour.

Mariah Carey, the iconic “All I Want for Christmas Is You” singer, is basking in the festive spirit after completing her Merry Christmas One and All! tour. According to a source close to us, Carey, 54, is thriving this holiday season, spending quality time with her 12-year-old twins, Moroccan and Monroe.

“Mariah is in her element, fully immersed in the holiday cheer,” the source revealed. “She’s delighted with her tour’s success, her children’s involvement, and excited about her upcoming album.”

Following her split from long-time boyfriend Bryan Tanaka, Carey concluded her festive tour in New York City, marking its first national iteration. The shows were made even more special with appearances by her children, whom she co-parents with ex-husband Nick Cannon.

Mariah Carey Enjoys the Festive Season with Her Kids Following
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Carey is now focused on enjoying a fun-filled holiday break with her twins. “She’s radiant and thriving, impressing everyone with her energy and stunning looks,” the insider added.

The season has been particularly noteworthy for Carey, as her holiday anthem recently reclaimed the No. 1 spot on the Billboard Hot 100, achieving a record sixth nonconsecutive top run, surpassing hits by Morgan Wallen and Harry Styles.

Adding to the festivities, Carey and her children visited the White House last week, meeting President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris. She shared the experience on Instagram, highlighting the holiday decorations and the joy of spreading cheer.

Carey, whose last album, Caution, was released in 2018, recently shared her excitement for this Christmas in a our digital cover story. Reflecting on the past year, she expressed anticipation for a more enjoyable holiday season.

The five-time Grammy winner also revealed her unique Christmas traditions at home, including two distinct styles of Christmas trees — one grand and ornate, and the other, a simpler, Charlie Brown-inspired tree.

In her cover story, Carey spoke about performing with her children, cherishing the experience while emphasizing her desire for them to chart their own paths.

“This Christmas is about making memories with Roc and Roe, celebrating our achievements, and looking forward to new beginnings,” she concluded.

This rewrite maintains the original article’s structure, focusing on Mariah Carey’s festive plans post-tour and her recent split, her children’s role in her life, and her successful holiday hit.