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Saturday 23 August 2014

Katona could have another child

Kerry Katona already has five children

Kerry Katona has said she could have even more kids.

The former Atomic Kitten star has just had her fifth child, daughter Dylan-Jorge Rose, with fiance George Kay.

Kerry, 33, is also mum to Molly and Lilly Sue from her first marriage to Brian McFadden and Heidi and Maxwell from second husband Mark Croft.

Asked if she'd expand her brood, she told New! magazine: " Yeah! George would have another one tomorrow."

She said that she was the "happiest she's ever been" with George, whom she first got to know in her teens.

"He's my best mate. We've known each other since we were 14. George asked me out when I was 17. In fact he asked me to marry him and I said no," she said.

She added: "There's seven of us. I feel like Miss Hannigan from Annie sometimes, I've got that many kids. It's just about realising what works for each child and being a team."

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