KERRY Katona has sent shivers down spines as she revealed her ex husband George Kay has begged her for forgiveness from beyond the grave.
The Atomic Kitten singer, whose former spouse died earlier this year, told how the message was very “George based.”.
In her column for new magazine, she wrote: “Last week I decided to have a Tarot reading.
“A lady named Hannah Jackson came down to the house to read me, and it was very George based.
“She says he wants me to forgive him.”
Kerry, mum of five, added: “Patrick, who was George’s dog, was really freaked out when she was there, which I thought was interesting.”
George married the Eternal Flame singer in 2014, after the pair began dating in 2012.
The pair share one child, five-year-old Dylan-Jorge and filed for divorce in 2017.
George died in July 2019, aged 39, from a suspected drug overdose.
He was found collapsed at home and taken to hospital but doctors were unable to save him.
The ex rugby star is believed to have passed after eating a quantity of cocaine at the Holiday Inn in Runcorn.
George’s mum was also at the house in Warrington, Cheshire, where he lived. A source said: “It is no secret that George had experienced problems with drugs.”
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Kerry told how she had sought therapy after George’s death, and made the haunting confession she “saw him everywhere.”
In a chat with the same magazine at the time, she added: “I can smell him, I can hear the sound of his voice, I can visualise him. It’s like a scene from a film. I can feel his skin. He had the softest skin.
“I can see him over the kitchen sink with a knife. I can picture his feet, his hands, everything. I see him on the bed, I picture his clothes in the wardrobe, I see him everywhere.
“His face, just lying there, dead… it’s all I can see. It’s haunting.”
Kerry also has daughters Molly and Lilly-Sue, 14, with ex-husband Brian McFadden, whom she divorced in 2004.
She is additionally parent to daughter Heidi, 10, and and son Max, nine, from her relationship with Mark Croft.
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