Kerry Katona clashed in a big way with Real Housewives of Jersey star Tessa Hartmann who claimed her children take pictures of her naked.
The Atomic Kitten star joined OnlyFans last year, saying she wanted to be ‘in control’ of her glamour shoots.
She joined Tessa on Wednesday’s Good Morning Britain to debate whether the padded bikini tops being marketed for girls as young as nine were ‘sexualising’ children.
Kerry was fiercely against the product while Tessa felt it was a ‘good thing for a body-conscious teenage girl’.
Things became heated when Tessa brought up Kerry’s content online and implied she was not being a ‘role model’ by slamming the bikini top while getting her children to take racy photos.
She said: ‘You get your teenage daughters to take the photos of your naked pictures and put it on your social media site yet you wouldn’t let them wear the bikini that covers their modesty?’
Kerry was furious at the suggestion her children have taken pictures of her naked for OnlyFans (Picture: ITV)
A furious Kerry made it clear that her children have never taken such pictures of her, replying: ‘First of all darling my children do not…no hang on, first of all my children do not take pictures of me naked, so whatever you’ve read there you’ve got it completely wrong.
‘My children take pictures of me in a bikini or in my underwear. I’m a 40-year-old darling. That is an over-18 site sweetheart.
‘Why would a nine year old child be Googling topless pictures in the first place? What I do for an over-18 site is completely different than giving a nine year old child padded breasts and making them think, “Hang on a minute, mummy, why is my chest flatter than hers?”‘
Tessa said: ‘Clearly that’s a bit of a sore point to you but it’s about being a role model, isn’t it? Isn’t this about being a role model?’
Tessa felt the bikinis were good for ‘body conscious’ young girls (Picture: ITV)
Kerry insisted that it was ‘not a sore point at all’ as host Richard Madeley tried to bring some order back to the discussion.
The Whole Again singer said she was ‘gobsmacked’ by the clothing, adding: ‘Children need to be children and that is it. Are we going to start putting padded trunks for boys next at age nine? The world’s gone mad!’
Good Morning Britain airs weekdays from 6am on ITV.Credit: Original article published here.