As they both deal with relationship break-ups, Brian McFadden reaches out to Kerry Katona in the sweetest way

Just days after he publicly sent her his best wishes, Brian McFadden has reached out to Kerry Katona again with a very touching gesture.

The former Westlife star, 35, is currently spending time with his and Kerry’s daughters Molly and Lilly-Sue following Kerry’s split from third husband George Kay and Brian has made it clear that he’ll support her through it.

In fact the dad-of-two has even offered to look after all five of Kerry’s children should she want him to.

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‘I’ve told her that I’m there for her if she needs me,’ says Brian.

‘Molly and Lilly are spending a bit of time at mine at the moment but I’ve said that I’ll look after all her kids if she needed a bit of a break.’

Awww, Brian! As well as Molly, 14, and Lilly, 12, Kerry has Heidi, 8, and Max, 7, from her marriage to Mark Croft as well as baby Dylan-Jorge, 18 months, with George.

Kerry, 35, confirmed her split from George earlier this month after he was arrested for allegedly assaulting her. He was released on police bail until 24 October.

The Atomic Kitten star has only been married to George since last September and is devastated by the break-up, but Brian says she’s coping as best as she can.

‘She’s just getting on with as she always does,’ he tells OK!

‘I don’t really know the ins and outs of it. I’ve not spoken to George yet but I know that Kerry is very upset.’

Brian and Kerry married in 2002, just months after the birth of eldest daughter Molly, but they split in 2004. Their divorce was finalised in 2006.

After splitting from singer Delta Goodrem in 2011, Brian went on to marry model and DJ Vogue Williams in 2012. Sadly they announced their separation earlier this summer, so Brian can perhaps relate to Kerry’s experience of going through a break-up.

The singer remains on good terms with Vogue though, admitting: ‘It’s something that seems weird to everyone but us.

‘When we broke up we said we were going to stay friends and we meant it. It genuinely hasn’t been hard for us to stay close.’

Anna Francis