Brian McFadden ‘supporting Kerry Katona as she attempts to give marriage to George Kay another go’

Brian is supporting Kerry all the way

Brian McFadden may have split from his ex Kerry Katona way back in 2006, but he’s reportedly supporting her all the way as she attempts to save her marriage to George Kay.

Kerry recently split from George following a rocky few months, but he’s been spotted around the family home as it’s claimed they’re attempting to reconcile.

Now former Westlife singer Brian, who was married to Kerry from 2002 to 2006, is said to have offered his ex support – whatever her decision.

A source told Closer magazine: “George and Brian spoke on the phone and George reassured him that he is ready to change and there will be no more upset within the family.

GettyKerry and Brian in 2000
Kerry and Brian back in 2000

“Brian said he’ll support Kerry and trust her judgement, but he’s concerned it may end in tears, and worries how that would affect the family. He hopes Kerry will finally be happy.”

The pair have daughters Molly, 13, and Lilly-Sue, 12, together.

According to the mag, Kerry feels “torn” about her decision to take George back – but is keen to have him back for the children.

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However it comes as former rugby league player George was spotted with a friend as they appeared to be removing his belongings – including gym equipment – from their home in Oxfordshire.

George was seen wearing grey sweatpants and a tight black t-shirt showing off his huge arms as he carried a large weight and placed some of his things in a van.

That came just days after it seemed he could have won back the Atomic Kitten singer, when he was spotted for the first time since unloading his suitcases back into the house.

We have contacted Kerry’s reps for comment.

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