Wednesday 20 September 2017

'Don't leave me' - Kerry Katona's daughter Molly prepares to move to Ireland after passing her GCSEs

Molly with Kerry. PIC: Kerry Katona Instagram
Molly with Kerry. PIC: Kerry Katona Instagram
Kerry Katona. Pic: Instagram
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It's a bittersweet celebration for Kerry Katona as daughter Molly gets ready to fly the nest after passing her GCSEs.

Molly McFadden (15) is the Atomic Kitten star's eldest daughter.

She's moving to Ireland to live with her father Brian McFadden's parents in north Dublin for a year to study.

In a video posted online, Kerry jokingly said: "I don’t want her to leave me! Don’t leave me Molly!"

The last super!!! @123_mollymc

A post shared by Kerry Katona (@kerrykatona7) on

Kerry also said that her daughter is "abandoning her" as she cried into the camera.

"She is! She’s abandoning me!" she insisted.

Still a mummies girl I'm in bits

A post shared by Kerry Katona (@kerrykatona7) on

Although the reality star admitted she was joking, she looked emotional as she kissed her daughter and wished her luck.

In a post that she shared on Instagram, Kerry congratulated her daughter for doing well in her GCSEs.

Missing you so much already my baby girl! Love you all the world @123_mollymc

A post shared by Kerry Katona (@kerrykatona7) on

"[So] proud my baby girl [passed] her exams. I must [have] done something right," she said.

Kerry has said that she wants to encourage her daughter's dreams of becoming a surgeon.

Kerry Katona. Pic: Instagram
Kerry Katona. Pic: Instagram

"Molly wants to be a surgeon. She wants to get really good grades in her GCSEs so she's going to Ireland to do a transition year," the mother-of-five told OK! magazine.

"This will give her an extra year of biology and sciences. But I don't want to be the one holding my daughter back from furthering her education. She is my first-born. Knowing Molly, she will be back every weekend."

Kerry is also mother to Lilly-Sue (14), Heidi (10), Maxwell (nine) and Dylan Jorge (three).

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