Kerry Katona red-faced as she suffers zipper wardrobe malfunction on family trip
Kerry Katona revealed to her fans that she suffered an embarrassing wardrobe malfunction while on holiday.
The Former Atomic Kitten has been enjoying some time away with her son Maxwell at The Shankly Hotel in Liverpool.
And she has taken to Instagram to share a hilarious selfie snap showing she has busted a zipper on her jeans.
The singer, 40, pulled a cheeky face as she pointed to her zipper.
Pointing out her wardrobe fail in the caption, she said: "Look closer!!".
In the snap Kerry donned a white t-shirt which she paired with a bright pink cardigan, and blue jeans.
Her fans rushed to the comment section to joke with the star.
One said: "Lol I know that feeling but you are still beautiful."
While another wrote: "Me and my wardrobe every day."
The star recently moved into a lavish new home with fiancée Ryan Mahoney and her kids.
She said in a interview she planned to freeze her eggs, but also said it would be 'selfish' of her to have another child in the future.
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The songstress told The Sun there is "no rush" about expanding her brood but wants there to still be an option.
She has also opened up about talking to a surrogacy agency to discuss the next steps in the process.
Kerry explained: "It would be selfish of me to have another child.
"But I would do it for Ryan. So I'm freezing my eggs and we will see what happens."
The TV star has also revealed that she wants to have a breast reduction operation in a chat with Ulrika Jonsson, who said Kerry is "deeply unhappy" with her body.
Ulrika wrote for The Sun: "One of her businesses has been her body. She has modelled topless, been a lapdancer and now sells seductive pictures of herself.
"And yet she is deeply unhappy with her body and is shortly going under the knife for a makeover that will include a breast reduction.
"She is clearly confident about what her body can do for her, but less sure in her own skin."
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