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Kerry Katona devastated as she reveals family death

Fans have offered Kerry their condolences

Kerry Katona has revealed her beloved Auntie Josie has passed away.

The former Atomic Kitten singer, 38, shared a photo to her Instagram on Wednesday showing herself and Josie.

Kerry captioned the post: “RIP Auntie Josie.”

RIP Auntie Josie 🙏

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Fans rushed to offer their condolences to Kerry.

One person said: “Sorry for your loss,” while another wrote: “Thoughts are with you hun.”

A third added: “So sorry for your loss. Thinking of you, Kerry.”

This isn’t the only matter Kerry has been dealing with in her family life.

Kerry Katona Pictured In Between Filming Celebs Go Dating In Manchester
Fans rushed to offer their condolences to Kerry (Credit: Aaron Parfitt / SplashNews.com)

Last month, Kerry was left furious after her 10-year-old son Max was attacked in school.

The Celebs Go Dating star shared a string of photos to Instagram, showing Max’s injuries which included a painful-looking black eye.

Mum-of-five Kerry told fans she rushed home from work early after finding out Max had been attacked.

Alongside the pictures, Kerry wrote: “Had to come home from work early yesterday as some little [expletive] in high school did this to my Max!!! He’s only 10!!!!!!!!!

“Do, say what you want about me but when it comes to my kids! I will rip heads off!!!!!!! (sic)”

Kerry Katona's son gets beaten up
Kerry recently revealed her son was attacked in school (Credit: Instagram @kerrykatona7)

Earlier this month, Kerry opened up about the incident on This Morning.

She explained: “As a parent your back goes up, you want to put your hands round their throat. The [primary] school took every measure they could, they rang the high school who said they were going to address it in assembly.

“The next day I woke Max up for school, he came down crying and I think he got a bit of delayed shock. I wasn’t going to make him go to school that day so he took the day off and we had lots of cuddles.”

Kerry opened up about the incident on This Morning (Credit: ITV)

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Kerry said she then walked Max to school upon his return and hoped to find the culprits and march them to their parents, or take a picture of them and send it to the school if they refused. But she wasn’t triumphant.

However, Kerry admitted she was hesitant to report the bullies to the police because she isn’t convinced it would be successful.

She added: “I thought if I rang the police and reported them, what impact would that have on the bullies? Is that going to help them overcome whatever’s made them do this?”

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