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Kerry Katona: 'One day I'll find my prince'
When it comes to marriages, Kerry Katona doesn't exactly hold the cleanest track record. The reality TV star has been married twice and both have ended in divorce. But, that hasn't deterred Kerry from taking part in Channel 5's new television show Celebrity Wedding Planner, in which couples allow celebrities to plan every aspect of their wedding from the dress, right down to the cake.
Kerry Katona stars in Channel 5's new show Celebrity Wedding Planner
We wanted to catch up with Kerry to see how she found the whole experience - after all, it couldn't have been easy for the star, as her divorce to her former husband Mark Croft was finalised while she was filming the show.
But, Kerry was actually in bright spirits when we chatted to her and she couldn't have been more excited with the outcome of the wedding.
What's more, she even claimed that the whole experience had been quite therapeutic and seeing her couple (called Steph and Nathan) walk down the aisle has restored her faith in marriage. Hurray!
You can read the full interview with Kerry below:
Q: It must have been really exciting going through the whole process of planning someone's wedding - what was it like?
A: I'll be honest with you, I was really nervous at first, especially with the fact that I hadn't met the couple. I only saw a thirty-second video that I was allowed to watch that gave me only a little insight into the couple and gave me a brief idea of their demands and what they wanted. It was really exciting!
On a personal level, it was kind of like therapy for me, as my divorce has just been finalised. At one point, I was actually in a wedding shop, trying on wedding dresses and then I got a text off my solicitor saying that the decree had come through, which meant I was officially divorced.
It was quite sad, but I thought 'you know what? oh well.' Watching my couple, Steph and Nathan, walk down the aisle - I was crying like a bloody baby - I'm a little soft touch I am. It was lovely. I would have never been able to do it all, if it wasn't for Becky my side kick - who is Steph's sister. It was very nerve-racking - fast and pacey. It was hard to work with all the budgets.
The hardest bit and the worst bit was definitely choosing the wedding dress.
Will Steph and Nathan like their big day?
Q: About the wedding dress - is it true that you designed the dress yourself and is this something that you enjoyed doing - are we going to be seeing a Kerry Katona wedding dress range in the future?
A: Well, We couldn't find the right dress off the rails, so between me and Becky, we designed it ourselves. I mean, the amount of stuff we put on the dress - the poor seamstress I'm surprised how she managed to pull it all off. Obviously, I don't want to give too much away though, but Steph absolutely loved it.
The other nerve-wracking bit, was when the couple discovered that it was me, because the couples don't actually find out who's doing the wedding until during the process.
They gave me a piece of paper, which Steph and Nathan had to write down on what kind of celebrity they wanted and they wrote 'we don't want a reality star - we don't want an Amy Childs' and I thought 'Oh my god, I'm b*llocked here now.
But, Steph said "If it isn't Kerry, then don't bother - it's got to be Kerry Katona." I got such a beautiful couple, I wish them a lifetime of happiness and we're still good friends and we text each other and yeah, it went really well.
Will Steph and Nathan's families like Kerry's wedding?
Q: Were you happy with the outcome of the wedding or is there anything that you would have changed?
A: No, I'm really happy - I thought it all went brilliantly. I don't think that they were upset with anything that I did. She's quite hard Steph and she said [in a scouser accen]) "I'm not going to cry me, I'm not bothered."
She knew what she wanted and she was quite demanding, so I thought 'god, of she doesn't get what she wants she's going to kick off.' But, when we actually got to the ceremony, she was crying her eyes out with happiness and, because she was crying, I cried.
Q: You mentioned earlier that you thought it was a therapeutic experience...
A: Every woman watches all these fairy tales like Cinderella and Sleeping Beauty, where they find their prince and you're wearing that white dress and it's a fairy tale and it's supposed to last forever. But, with my record of weddings and being two marriages down the line, you kind of stop believing that that's ever going to happen again to you.
But watching Steph and Nathan, who have been together for a solid four years, walk down the aisle kind of put my faith back into marriage. I'm very old fashioned and I still believe in marriage and when I got married for the first time - I honestly thought it would be forever, but you can't force somebody to love you and you can't force somebody not to leave you for another woman.
So, sometimes I used to blame myself. And I thought that as a woman I was a failure and a failure as a wife and, because I had two babies, a failure as a mother. And, on the rebound, I married a person who I thought would fix it all again. I've made mistakes and maybe I married the wrong people but hopefully one day in the future I will find my prince.
Below: Pictures from the first two episodes of Celebrity Wedding Planner.
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