• Kelly Rowland told Insider whether we can expect a Destiny's Child reunion tour in future.
  • 2024 marks 20 years since Rowland, Beyoncé, and Michelle Williams released their last studio album.

Could we see Destiny's Child reunite on tour? Kelly Rowland is saying wait and see.

Next year marks the 20th anniversary of the chart-topping girl group's final studio album, "Destiny Fulfilled," which spawned the hit songs "Lose My Breath," "Girl," and "Soldier" back in 2004.

Speaking to Insider this week to discuss her new partnership with FamilyGuard Brand on its YES, PLAY! initiative, Rowland said "Destiny Fulfilled" is her favorite DC album, adding: "That whole album was my relationship in my 20s."

The last time the group performed together was back in 2018 when Rowland and Michelle Williams joined Beyoncé on stage during her headline set at Coachella.

"Bey's on tour. Michelle has this amazing podcast and different things she's working on. I have things that I'm working on, and things lined up," said Rowland when we asked her about a reunion tour. "We'll see what happens. No promises."

Should the group get back together, Rowland, 42, said there is one song, in particular, she'd love to perform again as a trio. In fact, she's dreamed about it.

"'If' from the last album," said the singer. "I literally have pictured it. I've had a dream about it. I've seen us do it together, and I've seen the crowd, and I've heard how it sounds in my dream, and I woke up and I was just smiling so hard."

"That's one of my favorite DC records and I always thought about performing it live with the girls would be sick," she said.

While fans await a DC3 reunion, Rowland is keeping busy as a children's book author, star and executive producer of Lifetime's "Merry Liddle Christmas" holiday movie series, and her new partnership with FamilyGuard Brand.

Rowland has teamed with the new disinfectant brand to encourage safe and clean play spaces for children in their homes.

In addition to declaring May 26 YES, PLAY! Day, a day dedicated to celebrating playtime and encouraging families to play together, FamilyGuard Brand is also giving away $50,000 to be divided by 100 families to create or upgrade dedicated play spaces at home.

Rowland, who has two sons, Titan, 8, and Noah, 2, with her husband Tim Weatherspoon, said: "Playing with my kids is the best thing ever."

"After COVID, there were all these reports showing that kids require a clean play space — it makes them feel more comfortable. And if they feel more comfortable, they're going to develop more," she added of the campaign.

Playtime is a big part of the Rowland-Weatherspoon household at the moment given Noah's tender age.

"It's all he requires," said Rowland. "When I come into a room, he says, 'Mom, mom, mom,' and he takes me into his little toy area space and we play until it's time to do something else."

"I'm noticing that his development and how he's thinking things through, and processing everything ... it's the most beautiful thing," she added.

But Rowland lamented that Noah "is getting so big," so she's trying to enjoy as much of this time as possible.

"Two is a really great age but it's also so fleeting. It makes me so sad," said the singer.

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