Katona: I'd have more children 'tomorrow'

Katona: I'd have more children 'tomorrow'

Kerry Katona wants more children.

The bankrupt former Atomic Kitten star, who has a three-month old daughter, Dylan-Jorge, with her fiancé George Kay - is keen to add more kids to her brood with her future husband.

When asked if she wanted to have more children, Kerry - who also has Molly, 12 and Lily-Sue, 11, with her first husband, former Westlife star Brian McFadden and Heidi, seven, and Max, six, with her ex-spouse Mark Croft - told New! magazine: "Yeah. George would have another one tomorrow."

The two-time Celebrity Mum of The Year also joked that her five children often leave her feeling like orphanage supervisor Miss Hannigan in the classic musical 'Annie'.

She said: "Don't get me wrong. We have our moments. There's seven of us!

"I feel like Miss Hannigan from 'Annie' sometimes, I've got that many kids. It's just about realising what works for each child and being a team."

The 33-year-old singer - who suffers from bi-polar disorder and has been dogged with legal and drug-related problems - also admitted to being the "happiest she's ever been" with George, whom she first got to know in her teens.

She explained: "He's my best mate. We've known each other since we were 14.

"George asked me out when I was 17. In fact, he asked me to marry him and I said no."

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