Kerry Katona has welcomed her fifth child into the world, after giving birth to a baby girl.
She announced on Alan Titchmarsh's talk show in September last year that she and partner George Kay were expecting their first child together.
The couple got engaged in February, after George proposed to her at the top of Blackpool tower.
He broke the news that his daughter had been born through his official Twitter page over the weekend, saying:
@KerryKatona7 thank you for bringing my beautiful daughter into this world last night! You are both amazing xxxxxxxx
— George Kay (@mrgsjkay) April 5, 2014
Kerry’s Atomic Kitten bandmates - who she got back together with as part of the 2013 reality show ‘The Big Reunion’ - were quick to share their congratulations with the couple online, with Liz McClarnon tweeting:
Well I'm in love, baby Katona/Kay is perfect. I met her finally last night. Well done @KerryKatona7 & @mrgajkay xxxxxxxxxx
— Liz McClarnon (@LizMcClarnon) April 6, 2014
Meanwhile Natasha Hamilton also tweeted her excitement at the newborn’s arrival, saying:
— Natasha Hamilton (@NatashaOfficial) April 6, 2014
She isn’t the only member of Atomic Kitten with exciting baby news, though, as last week Natasha revealed that she and boyfriend Richie Neville, of the boyband 5ive, were also expecting their first child together.
It’s set to be a busy year for the girl group, with two new babies and a newly announced tour alongside other groups from the 90s and 2000s including All Saints and East 17.
The ‘Another Time, Another Place’ tour will hit the UK later in November, which Natasha has admitted is perfect timing, explaining to the website So So Gay: “Everyone in the band seems to be popping out babies at the moment but we’ll be free around November time so it works out brilliantly for us.”
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