I had an affair with a married man behind my husband's back – it saved my life, admits Kerry Katona | The Sun

KERRY Katona has revealed that she had an affair with a married man behind her husband's back – and it saved her life.

The former Atomic Kitten singer, 42, slept with someone else while she was with Mark Croft.

Kerry has been married three times over the years and is currently engaged to fiance Ryan Mahoney.

The star and ex Mark Croft, who share Heidi, 16, and Max, 15, are from their relationship, were married between 2007 and 2010 after they started dating a year prior.

But during their three year marriage, Kerry didn't stay faithful.

Speaking on Slingo's Getting Lippy Gossip Show, Kerry said: "I had an affair myself when I was with Mark Croft and it was the best thing that I ever did."

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She added: "We were both married we both fell madly in love with each other he did leave his wife for a little bit but for me that just…

"It saved my life."

It comes after Kerry revealed how many men she’s really slept with after making a million stripping off on OnlyFans.

Kerry told former Gogglebox stars Joe and George Baggs on their Not My Baggs podcast: "Everyone I've slept with I've married."

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Over the years Kerry has tied the knot three times, implying that she has slept with three people.

Kerry and ex Brian McFadden, who share daughters Lily-Sue and Molly, were married between 2002 and 2004.

Kerry later said 'I Do' to ex Mark Croft in 2007, but they divorced in 2011.

The star was also married to her late ex George Kay between 2014 and 2017, and they share Dylan-Jorge.

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