Kerry Katona 'doesn't need a man'

Kerry Katona has made an empowering Twitter post insisting she doesn't need a man in her life to "make her strong" or "see her succeed" following the end of her third marriage to George Kay last month.

Kerry Katona 'doesn't need a man'

Kerry Katona "doesn't need a man" to make her "strong".

The Atomic Kitten singer split from third husband George Kay in October after 11 months of marriage after he was arrested for allegedly assaulting her.

Since the painful break-up, Kerry has quit the couple's home in Crowborough, East Sussex, and is now focused on living for herself and her kids and is adamant she doesn't need a guy for anything because she has the love of her children.

Taking to Twitter, she revealed: "I Am A Single Mum Who Doesn't Need a man 2 make Her laugh, wipe her tears, Hug Her Tight, see Her Succeed, watch Her Fail, or Cheer Her On 2 make her Strong. my Kids Do x (sic)"

Kerry, 35, has five children, Molly, 14, and Lilly-Sue, 12, her daughters with first husband Brian McFadden, daughter Heidi, eight, and son Max with second spouse Mark Croft, and 17-month-old daughter Dylan with George.

The former 'I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! winner also urged all her followers on the social networking site to follow her new outlook on life and be "patient enough to wait for the things you deserve".

She said in another tweet: "Be strong enough to know when to let go and patient enough to wait for the things you deserve! Happy Monday all (sic)"

Kerry's friend Katie Price re-tweeted her empowering statement and sent her message back full of kisses, describing the reality TV star as her "gorgeous girl".

George has now been charged with assault following his and Kerry's alleged altercation last month.

The 35-year-old muscle man will be forced to stand before a judge next month following charges of assault by beating and unlawful possession of a stun gun disguised as a torch after the pop star reportedly sustained bruises to her face following the row at their home.

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