It’s ALL OVER (again)! Have Kerry and her (third) husband split?

It seemed that the once troubled reality TV star had finally found happiness when she married her third husband, former rugby player and bouncer George Kay.

The couple welcomed a daughter, DJ, in April last year and were married in September. 

Kerry Katona would also take to Twitter to enthuse about her beau, with him regularly returning the favour with an equally public declaration of affection.

Indeed, just last month, George, Kerry and Kerry's first husband, Brian McFadden, gushed warmly about one another on the social networking site. 

However, it is now being reported that Ms Katona, 34, has kicked Mr Kay out of the home they share with their daughter, as well as Kerry's four other children from her previous two marriages.

The Sun reports that she has "had enough" of her husband's "partying, going missing and failing to support her and the family". 

A source told the newspaper: "George's party lifestyle doesn't suit Kerry. He has been going missing regularly and Kerry has said she has had enough."

They added: "She says she feels like she is putting her own kids through what she went through when she was younger with her mum and a string of bad men."

In an interview with Closer magazine in May, 34-year-old George admitted: "It's been tough lately. We've been rowing a lot. Marriage isn't what I thought it would be to be honest."

He added: "There have been times I've thought we might not last. In my darkest moments I've wondered if we should even be together."


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