The former glamour model, who recently welcomed her fifth child, has stated that George’s “public meltdown” won’t lead Kerry to question her relationship.
Writing in Now magazine, Katie states: “I know Kerry deeply loves George and his recent public meltdown is purely a small blip.
“When you truly love someone, no matter what negative or difficult experiences are thrown at you, love gets you through.”
According to witnesses, Kerry was seen sobbing at the front door of their £2million home as George screamed that someone was going to kill him on Wednesday evening.
“George is a great guy and with him around, Kerry’s a stronger person,” Katie continues. “I believe she’ll stand firm next to George and that these two will continue to be stronger together.”
The former Rugby League player later admitted that sleeping pills, alcohol and steroids were to blame for the incident, explaining: “I wasn't sleeping, so I was taking sleeping pills and I'd been drinking and taking steroids. I'd been up for the best part of four days.
Like Katie, Kerry also recently welcomed her fifth child. Writing on Twitter, she said the labour was “very traumatic”, but added that her husband got her through it, describing him as the “strongest” man she knows.