Kerry Katona wants a sixth baby but says she's terrified of dying during birth and leaving her children without a mum

KERRY Katona has insisted it would be "selfish" of her to get pregnant for a sixth time after she "almost died' giving birth to daughter Dylan Jorge.

The mum of five told how, although she wants a baby with fiance Ryan Mahoney, 32, she is petrified of dying during childbirth and leaving her brood without a mum.

Kerry, 40, told New Magazine in a candid interview: "My last pregnancy was so traumatic

"I'm one hundred per cent considering surrogacy but we want to move house first and get ourselves sorted."

The former Atomic Kitten star added: "DJ basically died and I almost died.

"I think if I was to get pregnant, it would be selfish of me because if I were to die my children would be left without a mum.

"As much as I love Ryan and Ryan loves me he would never put me through that."

Kerry is mum to Molly-Marie, 19, and Lilly-Sue, 18, from her marriage to Brian McFadden and with Heidi, 14, and Maxwell, 13, from her second marriage to Mark Croft. 

She also has Dylan-Jorge, seven, from her relationship with the late George Kay.

DJ's birth was extremely traumatic and she came “close to death” after suffering from pre-eclampsia [pregnancy-induced high blood pressure].

Recently, the Whole Again singer told of her plans to have her eggs frozen so the pair, who became engaged this year, can use a surrogate for her next baby.

Speaking during an Instagram live, she shared: “I am going to get my eggs frozen because I would like Ryan to have a child but I couldn't ­physically carry it.

"So we are looking into surrogacy but we're in no rush.”

During the chat, Kerry also discussed her family life and how hard it can be to keep the kids grounded.

When asked if they were spoiled, she said: “Not so much Molly and Lilly but the other three.'

“When I was with George and I went through all the abuse and stuff, I feel like I've over-compensated and they want for nothing, and I've made a rod for my own back there, ­especially Heidi.

"I've over-compensated for the mistakes I've made in the past.

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