Kerry Katona is looking forward to a booze-fuelled Christmas which will see her ''dancing until the early hours'' after not being able to drink during the festival season last year.
Kerry Katona is looking forward to getting drunk at Christmas.
The 34-year-old Atomic Kitten star was pregnant with her fifth child, Dylan-Jorge Rose, for the festive season last year, and admitted it was frustrating not being able to have an alcoholic drink with her husband, George Kay.
She said: ''I can't wait. It was winding me up so much last year seeing George and my mum get drunk that I went to bed and left them downstairs.
''I'll be dancing until the early hours and I'll make them go to bed first!''
The 'Whole Again' singer - who has four other children, Molly, 12, Lilly-Sue, 11, Heidi, seven, and Maxwell, six - revealed the couple usually start drinking on Christmas Eve and after a nap, have an early-morning champagne breakfast before her kids wake up.
She explained: ''We were up so late last Christmas Eve, we were still wrapping presents at 1am! We woke up and felt like we'd only just gone to bed but we had a blast.
''Santa was drinking vodka while doing all the wrapping! The next day, we get up, get the Christmas music on, crack open the champagne and all the kids open their presents.''
Talking about how her Christmas Day will pan out, Kerry - who will embark on a tour with her Atomic Kitten bandmates Liz Mcclarnon and Natasha Hamilton in 2015 - said she doesn't have her traditional lunch until later in the day after enjoying a boozy breakfast cooked up by her husband, who she married in September.
Speaking to OK! magazine, she added: ''We usually get up before the kids, then have champagne, and George makes a fry-up. Then we have dinner about 4pm.''
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