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Kerry Katona lets daughters join dating apps as long as they ‘don’t s**g around’

Kerry Katona, 40, has given the green light to let her adult daughters join online dating apps so long as they don't hook up with too many people.

The Atomic Kitten singer, who has used dating apps in the past herself, has laid down the law in a blunt chat with Lilly-Sue, 18, and Milly, 20.

She is keen to make sure her girls don't get too carried away once the pandemic is over.

Kerry's comments come after she launched her own dating app Marnii.

Kerry said: "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.

"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 bloody safe about it."

She added to Mail Online: "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's met her fiancé Ryan Mahoney on popular dating app Bumble.

Before the couple got engaged Kerry asked her children for permission.

Unlike some of Kerry's previous relationships, Ryan doesn't have a showbiz career and works as personal trainer.

The tabloid regular admitted that she's open to jetting to Vegas for an intimate ceremony of just her, Ryan and the children.

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Despite insisting she is happier than ever, Kerry admits she fears her love life could come crumbling down.

Kerry said: "Life is really good.

"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'."

"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."

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