KERRY Katona has enlisted her lookalike daughter Lily-Sue to model her new clothing range.
The 18-year-old looked amazing as she posed in a green jumpsuit from Kerry’s Boutique – looking the spitting image of the singer, 40.
Lilly-Sue was born from Kerry's first marriage to former Westlife singer Brian McFadden.
The relationship also produced Kerry's eldest daughter Molly, 18.
The marriage lasted four years with Kerry going on to marry Mark Croft and late rugby star George Kay.
She has three other children: Heidi, 13, Max, 12, and Dylan-Jorge, six.
But it is her likeness to Lilly, which often gets people talking and in recent months the teen has become an influencer in her own right.
Kerry previously said she would love her to go on Love Island because it would make the family a “fortune”.
Writing in her New! magazine column, Kerry shared: "It wouldn't bother me in the slightest if my Molly or Lilly wanted to give it a go.
"I'd actively encourage it! Get on the telly, make a fortune and buy me a house please, girls!"
She doesn’t need to wait for her girls to get a house though – as she’s currently in the process of buying one of her own thanks to become a millionaire once again.
Just three years after being declared bankrupt, the former Atomic Kitten singer has raked in the cash thanks to her boutique and her OnlyFans site.
Since May 2020 the mum-of-five has been selling sexy snaps at a monthly subscription cost of £17.99.
Despite receiving backlash for her decision, Kerry's account has become a huge hit and is even making money when she's catching up on her beauty sleep.
Kerry told the telly presenter: "I want to make money, I’m a grafter. I’ve been working since I was 14.
“Now, with something like OnlyFans, I’m actually making money while I sleep.
“Those who look down on it need to ask themselves what the difference is between me sunbathing naked on the beach and having my picture taken by a paparazzi who makes money out of me, and me taking control and putting the money in my own pocket."
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