Kiri Katona compares herself to a whale but vows not to hide her body

A mother of five took to social media to discuss shots of her while on vacation in Marbella.

In a video, she shared, “I was like, ‘Oh my God, is this a whale?'” no! It was Keri! All good. I have a big bum. But can you see? It feels like my body is bloated. It’s like I need to get a pin and go “pop.”

In response to a fan who asked her to hug her body, Keri said, “I hug my body! I’m very open and honest with my kids.”

“I had surgery. Why would I lie to them? But I am 41 years old. I am entitled to do whatever I want to do after having five children. I am very open and honest with children and I hope whatever I have done will put them off for life!”

“But I won’t hide what I’ve done away!”

“Yeah, I look huge. It’s not healthy, it’s not good. I need to go to the gym when I get home,” she continued.

He added, “I definitely have physical issues. I love my food. I think that’s the problem. I love it so much.”

She said, “So here we go, my body is swollen. That’s what it is, isn’t it people?”

She ended by saying that her fiancé Ryan Mahoney loves her no matter how big she is.

Katona recently opened up about her grief after her teenage daughter told her she “didn’t want to stay here anymore”.

The Atomic Kitten singer told about her 15-year-old daughter Heidi’s battle with anxiety in her column on New! magazine.

In the column, Kerry referred to Kristen McGuinness’s daughter Penelope, who told her parents she was experiencing suicidal thoughts during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic.

A mother of five was inspired to speak frankly about her child’s suffering.

“I don’t think the pandemic has had a significant impact on my children in this sense, but Heidi suffers from anxiety and a general lack of self-confidence,” she wrote.

“And it got to the point where she spoke that way. She once sat on her bed and told me she didn’t want to stay here anymore.”

She added, “It broke my heart and cried from my eyes.”

Keri Heidi and her brother Maxwell (14) are engaged to ex-husband Mark Croft, whom she married between 2007 and 2011.

She is also the mother of Molly (20) and Lily Sue (19), who she shares with first husband Brian McFadden, as well as 8-year-old Dylan George, whose father was the late rugby player George Kay.

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