Wednesday 18 October 2017

'So proud!' - Molly McFadden joins mum Kerry Katona to sing on stage at Big Day Out

Molly with Kerry. PIC: Kerry Katona Instagram
Molly with Kerry. PIC: Kerry Katona Instagram
Singer Kerry Katona is pictured leaving the ITV studios with her daughters Molly and Lilly-Sue after co-presenting Loose Women. Picture: Simon Earl / Splash News
Aoife Kelly

Aoife Kelly

Molly McFadden is following in her mother and father's footsteps.

The 16-year-old daughter of Kerry Katona and Brian McFadden took to the stage with her mum at the Big Day Out in Kent this weekend and wowed the crowd with her vocals.

Former Atomic Kitten star Kerry (36), who has just split with her third husband George Kay, wore a playsuit and biker jacket while Molly wore black and a denim jacket.

So proud!! Xxxxx

A post shared by Kerry Katona (@kerrykatona7) on

Molly the eldest of her five children and is sister to Lily Sue (14) who is also former Westlife star Brian McFadden's daughter.  Kerry and Brian married in 2002 but split two years later and divorced in 2006.

The performance is the second milestone for Molly this week after she went to her prom.

My little girl all grown up! Cried watching her go to her prom so proud xxxxxx

A post shared by Kerry Katona (@kerrykatona7) on

Kerry, who lives in the UK, shared photos of her daughter on social media and admitted she was in tears as Molly headed off to the event.

She also recently shared her heartbreak over Molly's planned moved to Dublin in August to live with her grandparents, Brian's parents, as she studies to become a surgeon.

Kerry Katona shares emotional post ahead of daughter Molly's move to Ireland 

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