Kerry Katona confirms baby plans as she discusses extending her family

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    Kerry Katona has opened up about her baby plans as she admitted she intends to use a surrogate after her difficult last pregnancy.

    Kerry, 42, discussed the move as she appeared on Steph's Packed Lunch and admitted that she could have carried the child she is hoping to conceive with fiance Ryan Mahoney after doctors gave her the green light to fall pregnant – but chose not to because of daughters Lily and Molly.

    The former Atomic Kitten star confirmed it's all stations go in the plan to have a child – and her next appointment to discuss the embryos is going ahead today.

    She also confessed to feeling she has done things "the right way this time" having waited five years since she fell for personal trainer Ryan.

    The mum-of-five also revealed that despite already having five children from previous relationships she doesn't want to deprive Ryan of his chance to have his own baby.

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