She recently revealed that she has been clean from drugs for nine years during a Loose Women appearance.
And Kerry Katona proved she was firmly back on top as she strode along in the sunshine outside ITV studios on Tuesday.
The mother-of-five, who has now shed an incredible two stone, opted for a form-fitting black playsuit to showcase her new slender figure.
Back to her best: Kerry Katona proved she was firmly back on top as she strode along in the sunshine outside ITV studios on Tuesday
The 37-year-old’s outfit was given an added glam factor with lace detailing across the mid-drift and shoulders.
She teamed her playsuit with a pair of towering jewel encrusted heels, which accentuated her newly toned pins.
Kerry complemented her look with a dramatic smokey eye and full face of make up for her TV appearance.
Sensational: The mother-of-four, who has now shed an incredible two stone, opted for a a form-fitting black playsuit to showcase her new slender figure
The TV personality wore her bleached hair in a cropped bob, and added hints of glitz to her look with a pair of studs and a simple pendant necklace.
She strolled along holding the hand of her daughter Dylan-Jorge who looked adorable in a floral print dress.
Kerry celebrated being nine years clean on Tuesday’s episode of Loose Women, following her famous battle with drugs.
She confessed she feels ‘amazing’ and ‘in control’ once again after overcoming her addiction as well as bipolar disorder, which left her suicidal at its worst.
Having found a new lease of life through healthy eating and exercise, Kerry also reached out to Danniella Westbrook live on air and urged her to get help, as she shouldn’t ‘suffer in silence’.
Mini-me: She teamed her playsuit with a pair of towering jewel encrusted heels, which accentuated her newly toned pins as she held hands with her daughter Dylan-Jorge
Glam: The TV personality wore her bleached hair in a cropped bob, and added hints of glitz to her look with a pair of studs and a simple pendant necklace
Kerry’s drug addiction has been well-documented over the years, with the singer previously revealing she was first offered speed by her mother at the age of 14.
With her demons worsening after her divorce from Brian McFadden, the star then checked into rehab in 2008 and 2010, before embarking on a completely clean lifestyle.
Speaking to the Loose Women, Kerry revealed she still has bad days because of her bipolar disorder, but feels better than ever after taking on a new fitness regime, and splitting from third husband George Kay.
Mini-me: Kerry appeared in high-spirits as she smiled for cameras outside ITV studios
Say cheese! She playfully posed for cameras ahead of her interview with her little girl
She said: ‘I’m not going to sit here and say everything’s amazing. But at this moment, I feel amazing and my mindset is on top form, it’s taken me so long.’
Discussing her string of failed relationships, she went on: ‘I’ve looked at my life and when I was a child I wanted to be happy and be a mum and a wife, and then I met Brian and went to Ireland and that ended.
‘And I kept producing kids, but it’s taken me this long to realise I don’t need a man – hallelujah!’
While she admitted her bipolar is debilitating some days, she confirmed that she feels in control of her life again – and no longer needs to be on her medication.
Troubled past: Kerry celebrated being nine years clean on Tuesday’s episode of Loose Women, following her famous battle with drugs (pictured in2
‘I have no childcare, I have five kids, and there are days I sit in the bathroom and think, I can’t do this anymore,’ she said.
‘With bipolar you can’t put in a timetable, so when you do get the highs you know you’re going to get the lows.
‘Only 3 or 4 weeks ago for about a week I let the house get on top of me. It’s that little fight with your head, but as soon as you step out the door and go for a ten minute walk…’
Having shed an impressive two stone earlier this year, Kerry also lauded the benefits of exercise, which has helped her stay clean and drug-free for so long.
Wild: Kerry first tried drugs at the age of 14, and checked into rehab because of her addiction in 2008 and 2010, before embarking on a completely clean lifestyle (pictured in 2010)
Looking back at her drug-filled past, she said: ‘I’ll be honest with you, I like going on those highs and I often question myself and think ‘Why did I do drugs?’
‘But what’s helped for me is exercise. It’s all about what you’re putting inside your body. Food affects your mood, and cutting out the men,’ she continued, before adding confidently: ‘I’m in control now, No one’s in control of me anymore.’
Kerry is now keen to help others going through the same, and even opened a new drink and drug rehabilitation sanctuary in Gloucester earlier this month.
The Loose Women then turned their attention to Danniella Westbrook, who has caused concern in recent weeks with her drastically different appearance – but claims it is due to osteoporosis, rather than drug use.
Discussing the star, Kerry said: ‘Me and Danniella are both in the same industry. I saw her a few weeks ago and I don’t know if she was using.
‘Just because she takes drugs doesn’t mean she’s a bad person, she just needs to realise she needs help.’
After such a troubled past herself, Kerry then sent Danniella a message live on air, which urged her to never feel alone, and seek help if she needed it.
She said: ‘Dan you know I’m your friend, if you want to give me a bell. You’ve got me on Twitter, you sent me a lovely message the other day.
‘You’re not alone there’s nothing to be ashamed of, don’t suffer in silence. The one person I turn to its myself, and I have and I know I’m not going to let me down.’
‘Don’t suffer in silence': She also reached out to Danniella Westbrook on the show (above), who has caused concern in recent weeks