Despite her past eyebrow-raising comments (which in all fairness she did indeed clarify) Shakira says the "balance of power is fairly equal" in her relationship with boyfriend Gerard Piqué."Relationships have to have a give and take if they're going to work in the long term," the Colombian beauty, who stuns on the cover of magazine's "Women of Influence" issue explains.
The "Hips Don't Lie" singer made headlines back in March after she revealed the reason behind her collaboration with Rihanna, admitting her boyfriend is to blame."He's very territorial, and since he no longer lets me do videos with men, well, I have to do them with women," Shakira told mag.
"This year, when I inaugurated my school, we also got Milan his Colombian passport.Europe has been a place of battles and political intrigue for centuries.As we approach a vote on the UK's membership of the European Union, we look at what 50 writers, actors, historians, artists and comedians have said about Europe and its nations.Shakira has two children, Milan, four, and Sasha, two, with World Cup winner Pique.She previously told The Sun on Sunday: “I never knew I would be so proud to be a WAG. “I go to as many of his games as possible and I wouldn’t miss the World Cup." She added: “There’s something about the mind of a footballer. “He always thinks about how everything he does will impact on his team. “I’m my own boss, I don’t have a band and don’t have to report to anyone. While the couple keep their relationship relatively private on social media, the professional soccer player gave his love a sweet shout-out on October 6, after she posted a video of herself on Twitter singing and playing guitar. Piqué gushed over his love in 2013 during an interview with Huff Post Voces. She came into my life to transform it and that makes me very happy.