Kerry Katona has confessed her life will always be a ''car crash'' and despite settling down with new husband George Kay insists it is still ''going to be s*** at times''.
Kerry Katona worries her life will always be a ''car crash''.
The 'Atomic Kitten' star - who recently married George Kay, with whom she has a seven-month-old daughter, Dylan-Jorge - has confessed she still thinks her life is going to ''be s**t at times.''
The 34-year-old singer - who has struggled with drug addiction in the past - told The Daily Star newspaper: ''Life throws all kinds of hurdles at you and I'm sure there is going to be much, much more to come my way as time goes on.
''Because that's life.
''I've had so much bad luck over the years but that's the way it goes.
''I just know my life is going to be s*** at times.''
Kerry married George, 34, in September this year just two months after he was sectioned under the Mental Health Act following a very public meltdown outside the couple's £2million Oxfordshire mansion.
The star added that although she is hoping to find her fairytale ending with him, she can't predict that their marriage will last forever.
She said: ''We've not got this perfect relationship, this fairytale Cinderella happy ending. It doesn't exist.
''We will argue. My mood swings can be outrageous. But it is how you deal with the problem and how you react as a couple. And being a team. And working at it.
''I can't predict this marriage is going to last forever. If there are two people in a relationship and one wants to get out there's nothing I can do to control that.
''But I'm an old-fashioned person. I believe in that fairytale wedding. It hasn't worked in the past but does that mean I have to give up on it? I'm giving this one a go.''
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