Kerry Katona blasts super-sized boob job the 'worst thing I have done' as she plans to deflate them three sizes

KERRY Katona insists her super-sized boob job is the "worst thing" she's ever done.

The 40-year-old is planning to deflate them three sizes after claiming they're “bigger than my head”.

Kerry wrote in New Magazine: "I've booked in to have my boobs done with my surgeon Dr Joffily. I can't wait.

"I'm going smaller this time. They're far too big, so I want to go three sizes smaller.

"I'm so excited. I got way too giddy last time and went bigger. It was the worst thing I could have done.

"I'm booked in for June, so I can sit and relax in my new house with my boobs while Ryan looks after me."

This weekend Kerry shared a snap of her chest to tell fans she's getting her boobs reduced due to severe back ache.

The former Atomic Kitten singer captioned her snap with: “Getting these bad boys reduced! Thank god for @maurino_joffily there bigger than my head”.

She continued: “New house, new boobs! you women know how it feels, my bloody back is in agony! So @maurino_joffily is gonna make them smaller.”

Her news comes shortly after Kerry revealed she's been able to buy an extremely plush pad for her family.

Returning to her northern roots, she shared her joy at finally being able to buy a home of her own 13 years after “losing everything”.

Her new house is a two million pound mansion with “6 bedrooms, walk-in wardrobe and cinema” and plenty of room for her fiancé Ryan Mahoney and kids.

Sharing with her 721k followers, Kerry posted a smiley selfie on Instagram with the caption: "Good morning you beautiful people!!! Well it’s official!!"

"After losing EVERYTHING 13 years ago and having to rent I’ve finally bought me a house!!”

"I want to share this news because many times over the years I literally felt suicidal!"

"BUT I never gave up! If I can turn things around and get back on top ANYONE can.”

Kerry had previously been declared bankrupt twice in just five years and has also opened up about her drugs battle in the past.

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