Kerry Katona says she’d let daughters Lilly-Sue, 18, and Molly, 19, join dating app ‘as long as they don’t s*** around’
KERRY Katona said she’d let her eldest daughters Lilly-Sue, 18, and Molly, 19, join her dating app “as long as they don’t s*** around”.
The Atomic Kitten star, 40 – who met her fiancé Ryan Mahoney, 32, on Bumble – has released her own app, Marnii, to help people find love in lockdown.
But Kerry has said she is happy for her daughters to go on the app as long as they are “safe”.
“I’ve told Molly and Lily, they’ve signed up for it. Molly’s 20 this year and Lily’s 18, so I think people forget Molly and Lily are grown women now,” she told the MailOnline.
“I’m not asking to go on there just to s**g about, if that’s what they want to do then that’s what they want to do as long as they’re b****y safe about it.
“I’m like get on there, go find love, get out there get dating of course. I may have forced them to sign up.”
Kerry shares Molly and Lilly-Sue with singer Brian McFadden.
She also shares kids Heidi, 13, and Max, 12, with her ex-husband Mark Croft, and daughter Dylan-Jorge, six, with late ex George Kay.
The singer got engaged to her personal trainer fiancé in August after he asked her children for permission.
Kerry previously said she wants to elope with Ryan in Las Vegas – with just her children at the ceremony.
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Talking to the MailOnline, she explained: “I’m just going to p*** off to Vegas, not tell anybody. Just me, Ryan and the kids, and do it there.”
Despite the past relationships, Kerry insisted that this engagement has seen her in a place “she’s always wanted to be” and that life is “really good”.
“Life is really good,” she added. “I suffer really badly with anxiety and because my life is going so well, there’s no dramas, I keep thinking: ‘Oh my God, something’s going to go wrong’.”
Admitting she is a “worrier” she continued: “Life is truly how I’ve always wanted it to be… Work wise, love wise, physical wise, family wise, career wise, it couldn’t be better.”