Kerry Katona suffers from health anxiety which makes her believe that she will die young.
The mum of five wrote about her concerns in her column for OK! Magazine.
She wrote: “I think about it all the time -I’m so worried about not being here for their future.
“If Lilly told me she was pregnant, I’d want her to have it because I want to experience as much as possible.
“I’m constantly worried about my health. I instantly jump to the worst case scenario. It’s exhausting.”
Kerry has five children: Lilly-Sue McFadden, Molly Marie McFadden, Maxwell Mark Croft, Heidi Elizabeth Croft and Dylan-Jorge Rose Kay.
Lilly (aged 19) is Kerry’s second oldest child with Molly just slightly older at 20-years-old.
Kerry was thinking about Lilly’s future children as the teen was recently on a holiday in Magaluf with female friends.
Kerry said that even though she was FaceTiming her child whilst on the trip her anxiety was high.
Her anxiety stems from a string of health problems that she has faced herself.
Earlier this year the reality TV star was rushed to hospital after she thought she had discovered an ovarian cyst - it was later discovered that the pain she was enduring came from a particularly bad flare up of Irritable Bowel Syndrome.
As well as dealing with IBS Kerry has a problem with leg swelling which started after she underwent a breast reduction.
Kerry was a member of the girl group Atomic Kitten - a popular 2000s band who formed in 1998.
She also gained fame by appearing on the third season of I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here - which she won and was crowned the first queen of the jungle.
Her TV fame grew when she won runner up on Celebrity Big Brother season 8.
- Kerry Jayne Elizabeth Katona is originally from Warrington in Cheshire
- Before her fame with the band Atomic Kitten she was a lap dancer and went on to tour Europe with a dance troupe
- She joined Atomic Kitten when she was 18-years-old, alongside Natasha Hamilton and Liz McClarnon. Their first album was titled Right Now
- Kerry had a run of reality TV shows including Kerry Katona: Crazy in Love, Kerry Katona: Whole Again and Kerry Katona: What’s the Problem?
- She has five children from three marriages - she has been married to Brian McFadden, Mark Croft and George Kay
- In 2007, Kerry released a novel titled Tough Love which was followed by The Footballer’s Wife in 2008
- Most recently Kerry has appeared on Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins
Back in 2008 Kerry appeared on This Morning but it didn’t go to plan.
She slurred her words which led to many thinking that the singer was drunk or taking substances.
Kerry told GB News: “It was my bipolar medication but people just assumed I was off my head on drink or drugs.
“Even after I explained I had an illness nobody thought to ask me about it or about the medication I was on which was making me that way.
“I did not have a clue what bipolar was. I thought I was going mad.”
Kerry was on the panel of Loose Women and also appeared in Iceland TV adverts with Coleen.
Kerry defended Coleen when rumours of other Loose Women panellists came to light which painted Coleen in a negative light.
Coleen was part of the girl group The Nols between 1980 and 1994.
Liz was one third of the 2000s girl group Atomic Kitten.
Kerry and Liz did not have a great friendship within the band as Kerry accused Liz of becoming violent and hitting her in the head whilst on tour.
Liz was engaged to Blue boy band member Lee Ryan in 2003.
Natasha was born in Kensington and started singing when she was just 12-years-old.
She joined the Atomic Kittens with Kerry and Liz in 1998.
In 2021 Kerry publicly said she was sad that Natasha did not invite her to her wedding.
The pair married in 2002 and divorced in 2006.
Their wedding was reported to have cost £100,000.
The Westlife singer left Kerry for Delta Goodrem, an Australian singer.
Married 2007 and divorced in 2011
This was another turbulent relationship as Kerry accused Mark of spending millions of her money on expensive cars.
Mark was a taxi driver when they met - the couple only dated for 6 weeks before getting married.
They were married in 2014 and divorced in 2017 but they met when they were teenagers at Padgate High School in Warrington.
George died of a drug overdose in 2019 aged 39- he was a former rugby league player.