Another baby for Katona

Another baby for Katona

Kerry Katona is expecting a baby boy.

The Atomic Kitten singer - who already has daughters Molly, 12, and Lilly Sue, 10, with her first husband Brian McFadden, and Heidi, six, and five-year-old son Max with her second spouse Mark Croft - is preparing to welcome a son with her fiancé George Kay.

She is remaining tight-lipped about the name they've chosen for the child when he is born.

She said: "We both cried when we found out, it was so overwhelming. Molly, Lily and Max all wanted a brother and Heidi wanted a sister, but they're made up."

The 33-year-old star was initially planning to walk down the aisle for the third time later this year, but she has decided to put the nuptials on hold until after she's had the baby and lost the extra pregnancy weight.

She explained: "I'd like to wait until after the baby, I don't want to get married when I'm fat.

"George would get married today, but he's said if we're not married by this time next year, we'll put it on hold!"

Meanwhile, the blonde has been struck with a string of bad luck recently after being dropped from payday loan company Cash Lady after filing for bankruptcy for the second time, but she's confident she can still provide for her children and give them what they need.

Speaking to OK! magazine, she said: "I'm a hard worker and I still earn money."

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