‘I’m hurting, I hate myself’: Kerry Katona shares an ‘unedited’ photo as she admits to feeling ‘miserable’ after weight gain and says slimming injections have left her ‘swollen’
Kerry revealed her stomach in a ‘no filter’ snap shared to Instagram on Friday
The former Atomic Kittens star, 40, confessed to feeling ‘unwanted and unloved’
Kerry ‘hates herself’ after failing to workout and indulging in unhealthy food
The TV star also revealed that SkinnyJabs – a slimming injection brand – wreaked havoc with her body
By Natasha Hooper For MailOnline
Kerry Katona revealed her stomach in a ‘no filter’ snap on Friday as she admitted to feeling ‘extremely miserable’ following her recent weight gain.
The former Atomic Kittens star, 40, confessed to feeling ‘unwanted, unloved, undervalued,’ whilst declaring she ‘hates herself’ after failing to workout and indulging in unhealthy food.
The TV star also revealed that SkinnyJabs – a slimming injection brand – wreaked havoc with her body leaving it ‘swollen’, as she teased an appearance transformation with the help of Dr. Maurino Joffily.
Candid: Make-up free Kerry Katona revealed her stomach and underboob in a ‘no filter’ snap on Friday as she admitted to feeling ‘extremely miserable’ following her recent weight gain
Kerry captured her side profile in a mirror snap as she lifted her turquoise top to her bust and donned heart-print pyjama bottoms.
The mother-of-five tucked her blonde tresses away from her face as she gave a glum expression.
She said: ‘Yep that’s me In all my glory!! No more b******t guys this is as really as it gets! No filter and no photo shop!!
‘My nipples are so far down that I now trip over them… don’t worry I’m use to it now!
‘After using the skinny jab for so long then just stopping my body has just swollen not helped the fact I’ve done no training I’m eating c****y food which means I’m always in a c****y mood, I told you lot I would always be honest with you..
Real: The star, 40, confessed to feeling ‘unwanted, unloved’ and undervalued,’ whilst stating she ‘hates herself’ after failing to workout and indulging in unhealthy food
‘I’m hurting I’m upset I’m hating myself but there is a man who is going to change all of that for me meet @maurino_joffily.’ [sic]
She asked her followers not to pass judgement as she continued: ‘I know this is gonna cause undivided attention but….
‘Tell you what, go give him a follow and tell me what you think of his work it becomes a vicious cycle your unhappy so you eat s**t food then become miserable unhappy loathing and hating your body.
‘What do you do?go straight to the fridge and stuff your face and in return returns makes you miserable and believe me I’m feeling extremely miserable!!!!!
‘Hearing undervalued or appreciated Fat miserable!! Unwanted and unloved True story! Just thought I’d share please don’t pass judgment [praying hand emoji].’ [sic]
MailOnline have reached out to SkinnyJab for comment on Kerry’s claim that stopping the injections left her body ‘swollen’.
Earlier in June, Kerry revealed that she is planning to drastically change her appearance after confessing she feels like she is getting ‘jowls’ and sometimes ‘looks a mess’.
In her New! magazine column, she said: ‘I’m also going under the knife in July for my boob reduction, so I’m going to tell him to tuck and suck everything on my tum while I’m there. It’s like going in for an MOT.
‘Don’t get me wrong, I embrace my body and I love my stretch marks. But I look at a picture of myself and I think “God, I look a mess”‘.
Plans: Earlier in June, Kerry revealed that she is planning to drastically change her appearance after confessing she feels like she is getting ‘jowls’ and sometimes ‘looks a mess’
It appears Kerry plans to undergo the dramatic transformation with the help of Dr. Maurino, a board certified plastic surgeon from Brazil who specialises in liposuction, breast augmentation and body contouring.
Earlier this year, Kerry revealed her taut stomach and slender waistline in a chic ensemble as she promoted her weight loss brand, SlimCare – previously known as Skinny Jabs.
Kerry looked effortlessly stylish in a beige jumper and patterned skirt as she posed up a storm at a photoshoot in Cheshire.
Incredible: Kerry revealed her toned stomach and slender waistline on Sunday in a chic ensemble as she promoted her weight loss brand, SlimCare
The images were part of Kerry’s collaboration with the founder of the controversial weight loss injections (which act as an appetite suppressant), who she credits for her own body transformation.
Kerry has partnered with the CEO, Caroline Balazs, to re-brand the company with the new name ‘Slim Care‘ following debate over their product’s safety.
Fellow celeb Gemma Collins recently revealed that she regrets promoting the weight loss jabs after losing three stone through exercise and diet alone.
Speaking on the GC podcast she said: ‘I kind of regret doing it but I feel like sometimes you’re in such a desperate place and you want to lose weight but actually I’ve come away from all the diet promotion because I wish we could get rid of that word diet.
‘It is so important that we keep getting that message home to people, that beauty is more than just these pumped-up faces, it’s not all about that.’
Kerry was left outraged back in December when Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield criticised the weight loss treatment on an episode of This Morning.
Holly said to viewers: ‘Could an injection a day help melt the kilos away? That’s what Kerry Katona and Gemma Collins would have you believe.’
Later in the segment, the treatment was further condemned by the health care professional Dr Zoe Williams who called celebrities that promote SkinnyJabs ‘irresponsible’.
‘You’re in such a desperate place’: Kerry’s fellow celeb Gemma Collins revealed that she regrets promoting the weight loss jabs after losing three stone through exercise and diet alone
She said: ‘Personally I think it’s irresponsible and dangerous because they’re making out you can lose magnificent amounts of weight by using this drug and the truth is you can’t. You still have to diet and exercise.’
Kerry later hit back at the criticism and told The Sun: ‘I think it’s very unfair they [This Morning] didn’t have any of us on there. I’m not promoting this just for a pay cheque.
‘Of course I get paid, but I also use the product … I need to know if it works – and it worked for me.’The singer regularly posts online about the £250 jabs and has lost two stone since August after using them.