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Kerry Katona celebrated her birthday surrounded by her family – and hundreds of balloons.
The former Automatic Kitten star turns 41 on September 6 but has kicked off the celebrations this weekend.
Kerry documented on her official Instagram account how she came downstairs this morning to around 100 balloons scattered everywhere and displayed around her new rented mansion.
Sharing the sweet clip, Kerry looked surprised but over the moon as huge balloon displays were propped up all over their living room and dining area.
A chocolate caterpillar cake was also alight on the table for her to blow out, which she did immediately as her kids watched on and cheered.
In the middle of the table was a small doughnut wall, her gifts displayed in bags, and a ton of pretty cupcakes.
The star's family could be heard singing happy birthday to her as she blew out her candles, but not before taking a moment to make a silent wish in her head.
Kerry also shared a photo of herself leaning on the table near a second cake.
This cake was two-tiered and featured her and her dog sat at the top and the Lamborghini logo.
Dressed in a matching Gucci tracksuit, Kerry wore her blue birthday hat on her head as she flashed her pearly white teeth.
Another photo showed off her massive balloon display as she stood next to it for size comparison.
In the caption, she wrote: "Wow what a birthday morning @vanillaicecakes @bamboosh_balloons.
"Can’t thank you enough for my lovely cake and amazing ballon circle!!!"
Kerry's celeb pals flooded the post's comment section with plenty of happy birthday wishes.
Vicky Pattison commented: "Happy birthday beautiful girl, we love you."
Ulrika Johnsson gushed: "Happy Birthday, bats**t crazy cow bag! you. X"
Kerry wrote back to Ulrika: "thank you s**t face"
X Factor winner-turned West End star Alexandra Burke wrote: "Happy birthday sweetie xxxx"
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