Kerry Katona says she can ‘definitely relate to Princess Diana’ as she shares love of the Royals
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From getting a new tattoo to signing up to TikTok, it's been another busy week for new columnist Kerry Katona. In her latest column, the former Atomic Kitten singer reveals the special meaning behind her ink – which left her feeling emotional.
Kerry also opens up about mental health and why it’s important to speak out, as well as revealing why she feels she can relate to Princess Diana. Read her column below…
I’ve finally given in to the TikTok hype and set up my own account. So many people were telling me to get it because it’s a good platform to have for all my businesses. So I’m hoping it can help with all my work stuff.
To be honest, I don’t have a clue what I’m doing with it! I don’t really know how it works, but I’m getting my Lilly to help me with it.
God save the Queen
It was very sad to see the Queen out and about for her first royal duty without Philip.
I’d love to sit down with her and make her some cucumber sandwiches and have a good old chinwag!
I love her so much. I’m going to be devastated when she dies. I’ve always loved the royal family.
When I was in a foster home, I was moving in with a family for Christmas and when they asked me what I wanted as a present I asked for a Princess Diana biography. I can definitely relate to Diana in regards to the paparazzi.
I got a new tattoo last week. It’s an angel on my arm and it’s for our Angela. I was really nervous about getting it done, but I love it. It made me feel very emotional and I had a little cry afterwards. It means Angela will always be with me as my guardian angel.
I went to tattoo artist Joey Savastano at Black & Even in Tunbridge Wells and he did an ace job. It’s such an amazing tribute that will be with me forever.
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Look after your mind
It was really good to see people openly talking about their mental health last week for Mental Health Awareness Week. I think as an individual, you should in some way dedicate every day to your mental health. Even if it’s just looking in the mirror and having a little talk to yourself.
I like to get up in the morning and do my affirmations and some meditating. My mood changes all the time and I can get really down, so it’s important for me. We all like to look after our bodies, our faces and our hair, but it’s also vital to look after your mind.
The Brits memories
I haven’t watched the Brit Awards in years, but seeing all the pictures reminded me of the time I was asked to present an award. It was just after I won the Jungle and I awkwardly said on stage that I was so nervous that I’d just farted.
They never asked me back after that! I also went to the Brits with Brian when I was pregnant with Molly and met Eminem. It used to be really good back in the day.
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