Kerry Katona and fiancé Ryan Mahoney are launching a dating app so everyone can find love like they did.
The former Atomic Kitten singer, who is recovering after testing positive for coronavirus, said the app is named Marnii and will have the slogan: ‘Everybody deserves a happy ever after’.
Writing in her new magazine column she said: ‘Ryan and I met on an app and some people think they’re not destined for love or don’t deserve it. I’ve been married, divorced, widowed, I’ve done them all.
‘I thought I didn’t deserve to be in a relationship because it doesn’t work. For two years I was lonely, then I met Ryan.’
The 40-year-old has been dating personal trainer Ryan for two years before he popped the question in August.
The couple celebrated their happy news with a holiday to Spain.
Although she is looking forward to becoming Mrs Mahoney, Kerry confessed the thought of her big day makes her ‘stomach turn’.
‘I think it’s because I’ve had so many failures at it, it just scares me,’ she wrote.
‘We’re not in a rush, but I think we’re probably going to do it in the summer.
‘We want to go to Vegas with just the kids.’
It will be the third wedding for the TV star, who previously married Brian McFadden and Mark Croft.
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