Kerry Katona has revealed she and her fiancé Ryan Mahoney have tested positive for
Revealing that she and her love are currently ‘holed up in their bedroom, Kerry, 40, said she didn’t know what to do about her children – it’s not known if they have caught the virus.
Taking to her Stories, Kerry wrote: ‘Never felt so poorly. Ryan and are holed up in the bedroom. My poor children. I honestly don’t know what to do.
‘Never felt so poorly in my life’: Kerry Katona revealed on Instagram on Friday that she and fiancé Ryan Mahoney have tested positive for coronavirus and are holed up in their bedroom
Out! Kerry shared this picture of herself and Ryan out on a date night five days ago at London’s Proud Cabaret club night -but it’s not known when they caught the virus
‘For those who don’t think Covid is real, think again!!!’
Kerry had previously shared a very poorly looking picture of herself, writing: ‘Still waiting on our Covid results. Really praying we all just have flu.’
But she shared another post which said: ‘tested positive.’
Fears: Kerry said she was worried about her children – it’s not known if they have tested positive
Bad result: She wrote that she had in fact tested positive after hoping she simply had a bad flu
She captioned it with: ‘Never felt so poorly in all my life!! Those who think this isn’t real, think again!! Absolutely heartbroken! Sending love and light to all those effected.’
Kerry is mother to Dylan-Jorge, six, Maxwell, 12, Heidi, 13, Lily Sue, 17, and Molly, 19, who lives in Ireland.
In September, Kerry admitted her children would skip the start of school because they have to quarantine following their family getaway to Spain.
Oh no! The day after attending Proud, Kerry took to Instagram to sauy she was in bed by 10.30pm and looked a little under the weather, but blamed it on the alcohol
They all jetted abroad to celebrate her 40th birthday and Kerry received backlash from fans online for favouring the Mediterranean break over education.
An Instagram follower quizzed Kerry on her decision and said: ‘Are your kids not going back to school next week when you have to isolate? Not much forward thinking.’
She responded: ‘No they won’t be.’
But It appeared as though the TV personality broke quarantine rules as she she was pictured driving back to Gatwick to pick up her daughter, Molly’s missing suitcase.
Oh no: The mother-of-five, 40, previously admitted that her kids will miss the beginning of school as they complete the 14 quarantine period following a Mediterranean break