Kerry Katona breaks down as she opens up on ‘anger’ over tragic death of ex husband George Kay

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Kerry Katona has broken down as she opened up on the passing of her late ex-husband George Kay, saying she has “so much anger” over him missing their daughter's life.

The mother-of-five, who had daughter Dylan-Jorge with George, spoke candidly about his July 2019 death as she opened up on her child’s life without her father in it.

Kerry, 40, said George is “missing out” on “so many wonderful things” in their daughter’s life and said she is “so angry” after his passing.

"George is my baby's daddy and she's never, ever going to see him again and I've got so much anger towards him for that. I'm so angry,” Kerry told The Sun.

"You become very, very selfish when you have an addiction. You don't think about other people, and sometimes even your flesh and blood isn't enough, and that's really selfish.

"He's going to be missing out on so many wonderful things, because that kid is one amazing kid."


Kerry and George met as teenagers but started dating later in life after bumping into each other.

They married in September 2014 after welcoming their daughter Dylan-Jorge, who is now seven.

The couple split in October 2015 and divorced in November 2017.

George died in July 2019 at the age of 39 from a suspected drug overdose.

At the time of his death, Kerry wrote on social media: “My heart is broken and I am struggling to come to terms with all of this.

“These last few weeks have been the most painful and difficult time for me and my children!!”

The former Atomic Kitten star went on to open up on her own struggles, saying she felt she was “brought back by angels”.

"I can't regret any of it, I'm on the path I'm supposed to be on and for a reason, and that's to share my story. If I can get from doing drugs, being bankrupt, being on death's door, having fits, frothing at the mouth, to being where I am now then anyone can do it,” the doting mum said.

"I had to be my own hero, I had to do it myself, I had to want to do it."

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