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‘I’d rather become a grandma than have another kid’: Kerry Katona reveals she wants to use a surrogate and would be happy if her children got pregnant instead

Kerry Katona has revealed that she is uncertain about whether she and her fiance Ryan Mahoney will have any children together.
Already mum to Molly, 20, and Lilly-Sue, 18, from her relationship with former Westlife singer Brian McFadden, 41, and Heidi, 14, and Maxwell, 13, from her relationship with Mark Croft, 50.
Kerry also has a daughter DJ, seven, who she shared with the late rugby player George Kay who she had considered surrogacy with.
She told Closer: ‘It’s a difficult one, I don’t want to rob Ryan of having his own biological children, but at the same time I really don’t want any more kids.
‘I’m 41 – I have five children! I can’t think of anything worse [than being pregnant] but surrogacy I would consider, I’m definitely going to get my eggs frozen so the opinion is there.
‘DJ wasn’t breathing when she was born and spent time in special care, it was traumatising so I won’t carry again.’
But with two grown-up daughters, and daughter Lily in a long-term relationship with marketing coordinator Dayen Blanchard, Kerry says she would be more delighted to have grandchildren soon.
She told the publication: ‘I’d rather become a grandma now than have another kid myself!
‘If Lily came home pregnant now, I’d happily look after it. I’d say “Ryan you’re a grandad.'”
Kerry who has an OnlyFans account went on to reveal that even if she does become a grandmother, it wouldn’t stop her stripping for the content subscription service, which has made her a millionaire once again.
How does surrogacy work and what are the laws in the UK?
Surrogacy is when a woman carries a baby for a couple who are unable to conceive or carry a child themselves.
Such couples may include those who have suffered recurrent miscarriages, repeated IVF failures, premature menopause or a hysterectomy.
The risks of being a surrogate mother are the same as for every pregnancy, and include nausea, heart burn and back ache.
In extreme cases, surrogates can suffer high blood pressure or gestational diabetes.
Straight surrogacy
This involves using the surrogate’s egg and the intended father’s sperm.
It is the least expensive and simplest form of the procedure.
Host surrogacy
Host surrogacy requires IVF with either the intended mother’s eggs or donor eggs rather than those of the surrogate.
In this case, the surrogate is genetically unrelated to the baby.
Donor eggs can be from friends or relatives, or anonymously donated.
What are the laws?
Surrogacy is legal in the UK, however, it cannot be advertised.
No third parties are allowed to be involved and surrogates can only receive payments to cover expenses incurred as a result of being pregnant.
In the US, surrogacy costs around $100,000 (£75,879), with laws varying between states.

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