Kerry Katona hints she's 'picked herself back up' after George Kay death

Kerry Katona has hinted that she’s ‘picked herself back up’ following the loss of her ex-husband George Kay, who she shares five-year-old daughter Dylan-Jorge with.

The star is currently mourning the death of the 39-year-old, after he died from an apparent drug overdose last month.

However, it seems she is in a better place, as the former Atomic Kitten member shared a cryptic message onto her Instagram.

Taking to the social media platform, she uploaded a quote to her 485,000 followers, which read: ‘I’m a strong woman.

‘Everything that’s hit me in my life, I’ve dealt with on my own. I’ve cried myself to sleep.’

The text went on: ‘I’ve picked myself back up and wiped my tears. I have grown from things that were meant to break me.

‘I get stronger by the day, and I have God to thank for that.’

She followed her post with the caption: ‘Amen. Sending love, light and strength to everyone. Have a beautiful and blessed weekend.’

Fans were quick to comment and sent their well wishes to the reality TV star.

‘You sure have girl, you should be so proud as you are so strong and made something out of your life,’ one wrote while another added: ‘Keep going you’re amazing.’

Someone else wrote: ‘Lovely to have the beautiful, bouncing back Kerry again showing the world how it’s done as always.’

It was alleged that George died after ‘eating a quantity of cocaine’, prompting an investigation of Cheshire Police by police watchdog Independent Office for Police Conduct.

A spokesperson told earlier in July: ‘We have begun an investigation.

‘We are examining the contact between the man who sadly died and Cheshire Constabulary, in the hours before his death, following reports concerning his welfare.’

Kerry broke her silence on George’s death in an interview with the Mirror, in which she revealed her ‘relief’ at his death.

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