Kerry Katona opened up about ex George Kay’s addiction battles (Picture: Rex)
Kerry Katona broke down in tears as she opened up about ex George Kay’s addiction battles.
The Atomic Kitten singer’s former partner died in 2019, at the age of 39, following a drug overdose.
Their child, Dylan-Jorge, was a toddler at the time of his death, and the star revealed her ‘anger’ that her daughter, seven, has been left without her dad.
Speaking about the loss in an emotional chat, the 40-year-old shared her fury at the ordeal.
‘George is my baby’s daddy and she’s never, ever going to see him again and I’ve got so much anger towards him for that. I’m so angry,’ she sobbed to the Sun.
‘You become very, very selfish when you have an addiction. You don’t think about other people, and sometimes even your flesh and blood isn’t enough, and that’s really selfish.
Kerry’s ex George died in 2019, aged 39 (Picture: Rex)
‘He’s going to be missing out on so many wonderful things, because that kid is one amazing kid.’
Despite her anger at the circumstances surrounding George’s death, Kerry is thankful that little DJ will never have to witness some of his worst moments.
The mum-of-five vowed she has also turned her back on drugs for good in order to be there for her children.
‘I don’t want DJ to go through that, I don’t want DJ to have to witness it, that’s why I know I will never touch another drug again in my life,’ she added to the publication. ‘If I was to have a line of coke and something was to happen to me, can you imagine the shame I’d bring on my kids? Like I’ve not put them through enough.’
Kerry recently explained that DJ has become very close to her fiancé Ryan Mahoney, and ‘idolises’ him now.
The I’m A Celebrity star is also mum to children Molly and Lilly-Sue, who she shares with ex-husband Brian McFadden, and Heidi and Maxwell, from her romance with Mark Croft.
She is planning to add to her brood once more with Ryan, and has reached out to a surrogacy company to research her next steps.
‘I’m having a call with a surrogacy company because I want to find out what the next steps are,’ she said in New! magazine.
‘I’m not getting any younger and I don’t want to be a mum in my sixties taking her kid to school.
‘So once I know all the steps I have to take, it will give me a good 20 years to be with my child. It’s exciting. I’ll know a bit more next week!’
Credit: Original article published here.