Kerry Katona recently took her 18-year-old daughter Lilly-Sue McFadden to get her first tattoo while she got more work done on an inking of her own.
The former Atomic Kitten star shared the pair's journey in a video posted to her YouTube Channel.
"Lilly is going to get her first tattoo, oh my god," Katona, 40, explained while driving to the tattoo parlour. "I can't wait for this. I can't believe you're getting your first tattoo with me!"
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The mother and daughter headed to the Black & Even tattoo parlour in Tunbridge Wells, where they were filmed getting their new artwork.
McFadden plumped for a design featuring a small collection of flowers on the side of her ribcage with text underneath reading "no rain, no flowers".
The video showed the youngster lying on her side while the artist got to work, with Katona supporting her from the sidelines.
"That's lovely that, Lil," Katona said upon seeing the complete inking.
It was then the TV personality's turn as she had more work done on an angel on her forearm.
She shared last month that she would be getting the tattoo in tribute to her late aunt Angela, who died after a battle with alcoholism.
McFadden proudly posted a photo of her tattoo to Instagram, writing: "Thank you guys so so much I’m so in love with my new tattoo."
Katona already has several inkings, including the names of her five children written on various parts of her body.
She shares Lilly-Sue with first husband Brian McFadden, with whom she also has daughter Molly, 19.
Meanwhile she welcomed son Max, 13, and daughter Heidi, 14, with second husband Mark Cross.
Her youngest child Dylan-Jorge, seven, was born to Katona and her third husband George Kay, who died following an overdose in 2019.
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