Kerry Katona has revealed her teenage daughter Molly is the face behind the capturing of her racy OnlyFans snaps.
The reality star and former Atomic Kitten singer, 40, signed herself up to the platform at the start of the first lockdown in March last year and has enjoyed making extra cash by posing in lingerie for her subscribers to get their daily fix.
Kerry admits she started uploading to the subscription-only site to make some more money to pay the rent during the pandemic, and the idea came about from her fiancé Ryan Mahoney - who is totally fine with fans seeing Kerry wearing next to nothing.
In a chat with Daily Star, the mother-of-five revealed it is her 19-year-old daughter who has mastered the art of taking her raunchy photos.
Kerry says there is nothing 'explicit' about the pictures as she tends to pose in lingerie sets.
She explained: "My mum used to have one of my Page 3 photographs up on her living room wall.
"I don't do anything explicit. What's the difference between standing there in my underwear and standing there in a bikini?"
Kerry also revealed it has helped boost her confidence as people are cashing in on the photos.
It comes after the TV personality admitted to letting her two girls Molly and Lilly use her new dating app Marnii which she recently launched with Ryan.
She was forced to defend herself after telling fans they are using it to find love.
She said she isn't "pimping them out" and insisted it was fine for them to use the app as they are both adults.
Writing in her column for new! magazine, Kerry told: "I don't understand why everyone finds it so shocking. It's not a big deal. I'm not bloody pimping them out!"
Kerry also pointed out that the new Channel 4 show Teen First Dates sees people younger than her girls going on dates.
"I personally wouldn't feel comfortable watching my 14-year-old go on a date," she continued.
"But Molly and Lilly signing up to my dating app is a bit different.
"Lilly is old enough to buy her own house and get married. And Molly is 20 in August.
"It's really not that shocking."
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