Kerry Katona’s husband gets stepchildren’s names tattooed on his arm

Kerry Katona’s husband gets stepchildren’s names tattooed on his arm

Kerry Katona’s husband George Kay has had all his stepchildren’s names tattooed on his arm this week.

The former Queen of the Jungle broke the news by proudly tweeted and praising her husband decision.

George responded to her praise insisting it wouldn't have been possible for him to have biological daughter Dylan-Jorge Rose's name tattooed onto his arm and not include Kerry's other children - Molly and Lilly (Brian McFadden's daughters), and Heidi and Max (Mark Croft's daughters).

Though it’s not a shock to fans to see George so dedicated to Kerry's children; while George Kay is DJ Rose's biological father, his Twitter profile proudly proclaims that he is a father to five amazing kids

Kerry Katona’s husband gets stepchildren’s names tattooed on his arm

And, over Father's Day weekend in June of this year, George tweeted a picture of a Father's Day card which Kerry and Brian's daughter Lilly had written for him along with notes and presents he received from all the other kids.

Awh

We think it’s sweet … what about you?

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