Atomic Kitten singer Kerry Katona has reportedly split from her third hubby George Kay.
The couple, who married in 2014, apparently ended their relationship after a string of rows which resulted in George walking out.
Friends of the pair have revealed George has moved out of the family home in East Sussex.
A source told The Sun: “Tensions reached breaking point about a month ago and it all came to head when George told Kerry that he was tired of acting as a nanny to her kids.
“He is sick of being stuck at home, while Kerry was able to swan about and do what she pleased.”
Kerry and George have faced marriage troubles in the past.
Back in 2015 the on/off couple went their separate ways after claims were made that he assaulted her.
The couple have one child together – Dylan-Jorge, two.
Kerry, 36, also has four other children Molly, 15, Lilly-Sue, 14, Heidi, 10 and Maxwell, nine.
This all comes after Kerry revealed her and George were trying to have a second child together making her brood a total of six.
Speaking exclusively to OK! she said: “Yes, we are [trying]. We haven’t been careful, put it that way!
“I’ll be more than happy to find out I’m pregnant.
“It won’t be that different to having five.
“It will not be a problem at all.”
The couple also joked they could become “celebrity counsellors” after the star revealed they had signed up to a life coaching course.
Speaking to OK! magazine she said: “I’ve actually signed up to do a life coaching course in October.
“I’m really looking forward to that. It’s a week-long course and I think George is going to sign up, too.
“We could be the next celebrity counsellors on TV!”
Meanwhile Kerry’s teenage daughter Molly, who she shares with ex Brian McFadden, is getting ready to say farewell to her mum as she moves to Ireland to focus on school work.
The teen is moving to focus on school fulfil her dream of becoming a surgeon.
Kerry recently shared a photo of Molly as a young tot and told fans she had “burst into tears” and will “miss her so much”.
Speaking about her daughter’s decision Kerry said: “She wants to get really good grades in her GCSEs so she’s going to Ireland to do a transition year. This will give her an extra year of biology and sciences.
“She will be massively homesick. But I’ve told her that I think that it’s the right thing to do. Her mind is like a sponge and just soaks everything up.”
Irish singer Brian told OK! magazine: “My oldest is going to school in Dublin in September, so she’s probably going to live with my mum and dad.
“I think it’ll be easier for Molly to concentrate on her exams there. It’s going to make things harder now for us all to be together, but you have to make sacrifices.”