Kerry Katona screams in rage during live GMB clash with Tessa Hartmann

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Kerry Katona was left outraged on Wednesday morning during a lively appearance on ITV's Good Morning Britain.

Kerry appeared on the show via video link to debate a high street padded bikini bra for nine-year-olds.

While Kerry is dead against the idea, fellow reality star Tessa Hartmann instead she couldn't see the issue.

Despite things starting off tame and controlled, Kerry saw red after Real Housewives star Tessa linked the bikini to her use of adult subscription site OnlyFans.

Tessa flagged that Kerry asks her children to take images of her in a bikini to cash in on her sex appeal online.

Sitting gobsmacked the star could be seen at open mouthed before irrupting in fury.

Kerry hit back: "First of all darling my children do not take pictures of me… OnlyFans is over 18.

"No one is putting that in front of a nine-year-old child.

"When I go holiday I am not going to put my nine-year-old in a padded bikini bra not knowing who is there watching.

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"It I almost like dangling a carrot in front of a pedophile.

Giving her take, reality TV regular Tessa said: "It is a 2mm foam and I do think they do protect your modesty.

"For me, my girls would love these there is absolutely nothing wrong with them.

"It does provide shape but this is fashion. It is very on trend at the moment.

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"I really don't think it is a gimmick."

Hitting back, Kerry replied: "I am really gobsmacked.

"I expect to see my nine-year-old maybe in a two piece wearing Trolls and a bit of Frozen.

"I think it is making them self-conscious of their bodies.

"I wouldn't want my child to say to me: 'mummy why are my breasts not like another little girls?'

"Children need to be children and that is it.

"Are we going to start having padded trunks for boys now?"

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