Kerry Katona insulted by restaurant staff on family night out who told her dont come back

Kerry Katona has shown off her fun side as she paid a visit to the Manchester branch of the infamous Karen's Diner, where staff are intentionally rude and disrespectful.

The former Atomic Kitten, 42, was joined by her fiancé Ryan Mahoney and three of her children Heidi, 16, Maxwell, 13 and DJ, eight.

As she arrived at the establishment, Kerry sported a grey jumpsuit with a tie-waist design, as she posed for photos with her daughters.

Meanwhile, Ryan opted for a similarly casual look as he donned black jeans and zip-up hoodie, which he paired with a pair of white Gucci trainers.

Kerry took to Instagram to share some snaps from the night out, which featured her and her family sporting some paper hats, on which restaurant staff had written a number of rude messages.

Kerry's hat read: "I spend my child support on 'girls nights out'" while 13 year old Maxwell's hat dubbed him a "future drug dealer." Ryan's read: "I cry when I c*m".

The mum-of-five captioned the funny snaps: "@karensdinerofficial [laughing emojis] how did they know @ryanmahoney_7. Honestly, we all had so much fun. The staff were fab absolutely made our night" which she followed with a string of heart emojis.

Keeping to the restaurant's theme, the brand's social media account simply commented: "Don’t come back" along with three heart emojis.

Fans were quick to comment on the hilarious post, with many simply posting laughing emojis.

One wrote: "Init absolutely brutal haha you would defo not go in there if you had a complex hahaha. Felt scared to ask for owt haha xx"

"'Future drug dealer' just about killed me. He looks so proud!" added another, while a third commented: "I'd love to go to a Karen's Diner one day."

The family outing comes just days after Kerry opened wrote in her OK! column about how her children get treated differently at school due to who she is.

She revealed: "My children get so much crap because of who I am. In the past, I think they’ve definitely been treated differently by teachers, other pupils and even parents.

"When we first moved up north, my Heidi had to change schools straight away because boys in her class were teasing her over me being on OnlyFans.

"People read things about me and then judge my kids. That’s not fair. They never asked for me to be their mum. My downfall should not be on their shoulders."


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