Former Atomic Kitten singer Kerry, 40, said yes to personal trainer Ryan, 31, after he popped the question to her during her 40th birthday celebrations.
After being crowned the winner of Celebs on the Farm, Kerry was asked if she would wed on a farm.
She then told Mail Online: “No, absolutely not, I’m just going to p**s off to Vegas, not tell anybody. Just me, Ryan and the kids, and do it there.”
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The star has been married three times before to Brian McFadden from 2002 to 2006, Mark Croft from 2007 to 2011 and George Kay, who tragically died in 2019, from 2014 to 2017. So, Kerry is opting for something different the fourth time around.
Mum-of-five Kerry then confessed: “Well, I’ve done every other kind of wedding, so I’ve got to come up with new ideas on what to do!”
Kerry, who recently opened up on her secret cancer scare, also reflected on her life said she couldn’t be happier at the moment.
She said: “Really good, life is really good. I suffer really bad with anxiety and because my life is going so well right now, there’s no dramas, I keep thinking: ‘Oh my God, something’s going to go wrong, somethings going to go wrong!’
“I’m a worrier, I do panic, but life is truly how I’ve always wanted it to be. You can always improve on yourself which is something I always try and achieve to do, work on my mental health, my emotional and physical self.
“But work wise, love wise, physical wise, family wise, career wise, it couldn’t be better. It really couldn’t be better!”
Kerry is spending lockdown with Ryan and her five children Molly, 19, Lilly-Sue, 18, with ex-husband Brian, Heidi, 13, Maxwell, 12, with ex Mark, 49, and Dylan-Jorge, six, who she shared with George.
The mum-of-five revealed she had always wanted a big family, after she was raised as an only child.
She explained: “I have visions of me being 101 in a rocking chair, because I’m an only child you see and being in foster home and refuges and not having a biological dad, my dream was always to have a big family.
“Being the grandmother in the rocking chair with my kids and grandkids and great grandkids, Christmases they all come to mine, that is something I’ve always wanted.”