Kerry Katona devastated as daughter Molly stays in Ireland and cancels Christmas with her after positive Covid test

KERRY Katona has been left devastated after her eldest daughter Molly tested positive for Covid-19, leaving her stuck in Ireland for Christmas.

The Atomic Kitten star took to her Instagram stories to reveal that Molly, 20, had been due to fly home for the festive season before she found out the bad news.

Kerry, 41, shared snaps of a positive lateral flow test as she revealed that Molly and her husband Ryan had both contracted the virus.

"Can Covid just f*** right off now please," the mother-of-five wrote to her fans as she held up a middle finger in a social media selfie.

"You really couldn't make this s*** up. Molly was about to fly over for Xmas but she's tested positive and then Ryan is really poorly and he's now tested positive."

"Mine is negative but feel like s***," she wrote on top of the snaps of hers and Ryan's tests – which revealed his to have a clear positive result.

Molly, who lives in Ireland with her father Brian McFadden, was due to come over visit her mum for the Christmas season before her positive test came through.

It's not been an easy month for Kerry – who revealed last week that she had been robbed of her £110,000 Range Rover while out shopping.

The TV star revealed the blue SUV had been stolen in the Elk Mill Shopping Park as she begged fans for help to find it.

In a live Instagram video Kerry revealed she chased after the thieves after she realised her keys had been taken – leaving her "very shaken".

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Days later, Kerry hit back at cruel trolls who accused her of faking her car theft days before it was due to be raffled off.

Kerry and her daughters Heidi and DJ were left traumatised as they helplessly watched crooks drive off in expensive car packed full of Christmas presents.

Speaking on Instagram, an emotional Kerry said: "To everybody with regards to the raffle, I'm really devastated about that. I've not heard back off the police yet. I was on the phone constantly to them yesterday.

"I don't know what's going to happen. I'm absolutely gutted, I really wanted to help change someone's life. Hopefully we'll get it back."

Describing the incident as "triggering", Kerry said her car key fob was in her pocket when the theft took place and was told by police that hacks are becoming increasingly common.

Reflecting on the abuse she's received, Kerry said: "In this day and age with the hashtag be kind, I still can't believe some of the nasty comments people go around saying.

"I mean it's a reflection on them as a person. It's just really sad. I'm glad I'm strong enough to handle it."

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