Kerry Katona gushes over Brian McFadden’s ‘miracle’ baby with fiancée Danielle

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Kerry Katona has gushed over her ex Brian McFadden 's "miracle" baby a week after the former Westlife singer announced he had welcomed a child with fiancée Danielle Parkinson.

The former Atomic Kitten hitmaker, who was previously married to Brian for four years, proved they are very much the friendly exes as she gushed over the delightful news in her new! magazine column.

Speaking of the couple's devastating previous miscarriages, the 40-year-old wrote: "A huge congratulations to Brian and Danielle – I wish them both the very best. I know they've spoken about how difficult they found it to conceive.

"She's a miracle baby, and I'm really happy for them," the mother of five added.

Kerry, who shares daughters Molly, 19, and Lilly-Sue, 18, with Brian, added that her eldest already went to visit the newborn.

"Our Lilly went to see them last week, and I saw pictures and videos that Brian had sent the girls of their new arrival. She's absolutely stunning," she wrote.

It has been a week since Brian shared the first sweet snap of his and fiancée Danielle's newborn daughter.

Kerry was quick to offer her congratulations as she posted two red heart emojis under the image.

Fans were left moved by her show of support as one person commented: "Awww how kind of you to wish them love bless you Kerry lot of love xxx." with two red heart emojis.

Kerry and Brian tied the knot back in 2002 in a ceremony in Ireland and went on to have two daughters together, Molly, 19, and 18 year old Lily-Sue.

The pair's marriage was short-lived, however, as they went their separate ways and finalised their divorce in 2006.

Kerry then married Mark Croft, with who she had kids Max, 13, and Heidi, 14, before divorcing.

She's now set to marry Ryan Mahoney as they announced their engagement exclusively with OK! last year.

Read Kerry's full new! magazine column here.

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