KERRY Katona has admitted she’s banned her 19-year-old daughter Lilly-Sue from having boys to stay over.

The 42-year-old Atomic Kitten star could be seen sitting on a sofa with her hair up while having the discussion with her teenage daughter.

Kerry said: “You’re not having boys stay over, by all means go get your own place and move out and you can have as many over as you want.

“Not my problem then but not while you’re here under my roof.”

Kerry’s daughter stood in a black top and bottoms in the video, and the star’s fiancé Ryan Mahoney also featured in the video.

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Kerry continued to add: “And Ryan was right in that.”

Lilly looked shocked as she laughed and said: “I’ve not even asked anyone to come and stay,” while looking around in disbelief.

But mum Kerry continued: “When she was with her boyfriend she did and when we said no she went bats*** crazy on us.”

Lilly-Sue was born from Kerry's first marriage to former Westlife singer Brian McFadden, which also produced eldest daughter Molly.

Kerry’s discussion about boys with Lilly comes after she opened up about her worries about not being there for her kids as they get older.

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Although the Atomic Kitten singer is still very young, she has concerns that she won't be around to watch them grow up – and would love to become a grandma.

Earlier this year, Kerry wrote in her column for OK! Magazine: "I think about it all the time – I’m so worried about not being here for their future.

"If Lilly told me she was pregnant, I’d want her to have it because I want to experience as much as possible.

“I’m constantly worried about my health. I instantly jump to the worst case scenario. It’s exhausting.”

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