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Katona: No posh wedding buffet

Kerry Katona has revealed she wants Iceland to do the catering for her third wedding, and David Gest to lead the sermon.

The 33-year-old reality star - who is pregnant with her fifth child - was famously dropped as the face of supermarket chain Iceland over drug allegations.

Kerry, who is set to marry George Kay in August next year after she has given birth, told OK! Magazine: " I don't like posh food so I'm going to ask Iceland to do finger food. They do amazing fish, chips and peas."

But while the singer might want simple food, she is planning a star-studded bash.

"The Big Reunion lot will be there and Blue will sing as well as Kevin Simm from Liberty X," she revealed

"I'm going to have six bridesmaids, - Liz [McClarnon, her Atomic Kitten bandmate], my best mate Karen, Danielle Brown and my three girls," she added.

"Max (her son) will give me away. I want a big wedding."

Kerry is mum to Molly, 12 and Lilly, 10, from her first marriage to Brian McFadden, and Heidi, six, and Max, five, from her second marriage to Mark Croft.

And she is determined to make a success of her third marriage.

She said: "People can slag me off about it but I have faith. My divorces could have broken me and I could've ended up being a sad old lonely spinster with 50 cats, but I'm still a firm believer in marriage. It can work if you find the right person.

"I was young and foolish before but I've got no regrets - I have four great kids, stuff happens and you move on."

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