Kerry Katona reveals that she’s trying for baby number SIX

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  • Kerry Katona has revealed that she’s trying for a her sixth child.

    The Atomic Kitten singer is already mum to daughters Molly, 15, and Lilly-Sue, 14, from her relationship with Westlife’s Brian McFadden, Heidi, 10, and Max, nine, from her second marriage to Mark Croft, and three-year-old daughter Dylan-Jorge – known as DJ – with current husband George Kay.

    But the star admits that the pair are hoping to add to their brood with another baby, adding that George is ‘desperate’ for her to conceive.

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    ‘We haven’t been careful, put it that way!’ Kerry exclaimed to OK! magazine. ‘I’ll be more than happy to find I’m pregnant.’

    ‘George is desperate for another child. I’ll have one more and that’s your lot!’

    ‘Max and Heidi are always asking us when we’re going to have another baby. I don’t know what DJ will think as she won’t be the baby any more! But they’ll be excited. We’re a big family so I don’t think they will mind!’

    The 36-year-old admitted that her only concern about the pregnancy would be the impact on recent weight loss: ‘Although I am loving how my body is right now and I have worked so desperately hard to get this body.’ loving the shorts thank you sooo much xxx

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    Whilst Kerry is planning another baby, she also revealed that her eldest children are growing up fast, with daughter Molly intending to move to Ireland to focus on her education.

    ‘Molly wants to be a surgeon. She wants to get really good grades in her GCSEs so she’s going to Ireland to do a transition year. This will give her an extra year of biology and sciences. Molly wants extra knowledge. I am so proud of her,’ Kerry revealed.

    ‘I told her that if she didn’t do it she could live to regret it. I don’t want her to have a life full of regrets. If she doesn’t like it, she can always come back home.’

    ‘I’ll be absolutely heartbroken. I have had a few down days about it already. But I don’t want to be the one holding my daughter back from furthering her education. She is my firstborn. Knowing Molly she will be back every weekend!’