Kerry Katona confessed she was feeling emotional after missing her child's school nativity play.
The former Atomic Kitten star, 42, is a mum of five, sharing Molly, 21, and Lily-Sue, 19, with Brian McFadden and Heidi, 15, Maxwell, 14, with Mark Croft, and eight-year-old DJ with George Kay.
Due to her busy schedule with her pantomime rehearsals, Kerry hasn't been able to spend time with her family.
She admitted she's had an 'emotional week' as she has been missing her home as well as her fiancé Ryan Mahoney and the kids.
"Max is having a difficult time at school so it’s hard not being around for that. And then I missed out on a play DJ did at her school," she explained.
"I was sent videos of her dancing and she looked so cute."
She added on her OK! column : "I cried my eyes out because I felt so sad that I wasn’t there with her."
The singer is dreaming of doing festive things with Dylan-Jorge as 'it's a magical time for her'.
Kerry added she feels like she's 'missing out' on special moments with her family but they will thankfully be visiting her while she does panto.
Back in October, Kerry revealed she started freezing her eggs in order to welcome her sixth child.
She already has five children but plans on having one more with her fiancé.
The star recently explained she would use a surrogate for the pregnancy after experiencing a traumatic birth with her youngest child, Dylan-Jorge, eight.
Kerry says she almost died while giving birth to DJ - and is now hesitant to put her body through another pregnancy.
Taking to Instagram in view of her 809,000 followers, the former Atomic Kitten star shared her delightful news, alongside several images taken at a clinic.
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She said: "Sooooo last week we started the process of embryo freezing!!
"Happy to report I’ve got lots of eggs in my basket! Now, @ryanmahoney_7 has a date with a cup and we go from there! @pallmallmedical and Dr Maiti have been absolutely amazing! Exciting times."
Fans were excited and took to the comment section to congratulate her.
"Wow, this is amazing wish you all the positive vibes in the world," gushed one follower.
A second went on to say: "Excellent. So you opted for embryo freezing then? Good decision. Best of luck with it all."
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