Kerry Katona takes swipe at ex Brian McFadden's parenting and says they’ve only been in the same room ONCE since split

KERRY Katona has claimed she's NEVER co-parented with her ex Brian McFadden.

The former Atomic Kitten star has hit out at her daughters Lilly-Sue and Molly's dad over his parenting skills – saying they’ve only been in the same room ONCE since their bitter split.


Kerry and Brian were married for four years before divorcing in 2006.

Today, 41-year-old Kerry confessed that seeing Ronan Keating reunite with his former wife Yvonne for their daughter Missy's 21st birthday had made her think about her own relationship with her ex.

She wrote in New magazine: "I think it’s nice when parents can work together and get on for the sake of their children.

"If it was Molly or Lilly’s birthday party, I would feel more than comfortable doing something with them and their dad Brian.

"The last time they saw me and Brian together was last March, when my auntie died.

"And that’s actually the first time Lilly has ever seen me and Brian in the same room since we split.

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"If I’m being honest, me and Brian have never co-parented the kids.

"I’ve been the one to parent them. It’s just always been that way."

It's not the first time Kerry – who has been married three times – has slammed her first husband.

The mum-of-five is preparing to say I Do to fiance Ryan Mahoney.

But her upcoming nuptials – delayed because of the pandemic – led Kerry to reflect on her former marriages.

She said: "A lot of it has been a control thing with the men in my life.

"Brian proposed after three weeks, I think Mark was five weeks and with George it was eight weeks.

"But there were different levels of control."

She added: "Brian's a typical Irish Catholic man who wants a woman to stay at home, Mark was all about the money and George was so desperate to be famous.

"I've always given power to my partner to make them feel significant enough to be on my level because of who I am."

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