She has been somewhat unlucky-in-love, and is currently divorcing her third husband George Kay.
And Kerry Katona has now revealed that Brian McFadden has always been ‘the love of her life’ – with her even reaching out to him during her relationship with Mark Croft.
Speaking to Reveal magazine, the 37-year-old confessed she had called the Westlife singer and ‘begged’ him to take her back, just one night before her new man Mark proposed in 2006.
Looking back at their time together, Kerry confessed to the magazine: ‘I was devastated when we split up. The night before Mark proposed I was on the phone to Brian begging him to take me back.’
She went on to admit the Irish singer had been the one true love of her life, who she shared many milestones with.
She added: ‘He was the love of my life, Brian. I’m not going to deny it. It was the first time I had a baby with somebody, the first time I got married. It’s all the firsts.’
Kerry married Brian in 2002, but he filed for divorce in 2004 and embarked on a relationship with Australian singer Delta Goodrem
The pair met when the Westlife singer asked Delta to duet with him on the song Almost Here – which became about his breakup with Kerry.
Brian and Kerry’s divorce was finalised in 2006, and he and Delta went on to date for seven years before they split in 2011.
Taxi driver Mark proposed to Kerry that year after five weeks of romance, and the pair married on Valentine’s Day in 2007, before splitting in 2009.
Kerry raises children Molly, Lilly-Sue with Brian, while she shares Max and Heidi with second spouse Mark and Dylan-Jorge with estranged husband George Kay.
Kerry first split from George in October 2015, and one month later she appeared in court where she accused him of beating her up at their home, after he allegedly armed himself with a Taser-style device and a knife.