Former Atomic Kitten Kerry Katona has revealed her youngest daughter has started the new school year despite being ill.
The singer, 39, said her "beautiful baby girl" Dylan Jorge, five - who is starting Year One this week - has been "really poorly" recently.
Kerry delighted fans on social media with a string of snaps showing DJ looking pleased to be heading back to school for the new term.
She wrote in the caption: "Awww at last, my beautiful baby girl has gone back to school, first day of year one!
"She's been really poorly, bless her! They are all growing up soooo fast, gonna miss her like crazy today!
At last, my beautiful baby girl has gone back to school, first day of year one!
"Have the most wonderful day sweetheart, love you all the world."
Kerry's fans rushed to the comments, with one writing, "Bless her heart. Hope she has a wonderful day" and another telling her, "Have a lovely day DJ!"
Someone else commented, "Bless her, how bonny does she look" while a fourth said, "She is your spitting image, Kerry. Good luck, princess, on your first day."
Dylan-Jorge is from Kerry's relationship with ex husband George Kay, who died in July aged 39 from a suspected drug overdose.
The star has four other children - Molly, 18, and Lilly-Sue, 16, both with former Westlife singer Brian McFadden; Heidi, 12, and son Maxwell, 11, with ex Mark Croft.
She's no stranger to gushing about her kids on social media and isn't afraid to be the typical embarrassing mum when she wants to be.
Earlier this month, her eldest daughter Molly jokingly branded her a "weirdo" on Instagram after Kerry shared a post revealing how proud she is.
The Whole Again singer shared the news with her followers that the 18-year-old had finally been granted the coveted blue 'famous person' tick.
She shared a screenshot of Molly's Instagram page and wrote: "Awww my little baby girl has only gone and got a blue tick. Go give her a follow."
The post appeared to leave Molly a bit red faced, as she wrote in the comments, "Lol why are you like this?" alongside crying-laughing and heart emojis.
Kerry then told her: "It's my legal right as your mother to embarrass you."
But Molly didn't let it end there, quipping: "Weirdo."
Kerry, clearly happy to maintain the embarrassing-mum vibes, joked: "That's the nicest thing you've ever said to me in 18 years."
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