Kerry Katona's daughter Molly, 19, meets her sister Ruby for the first time as she visits dad Brian McFadden

BRIAN McFadden expressed his joy as Molly, his daughter with Kerry Katona finally met her new sister Ruby.

The ex-Westlife star shared the sweet moment of his eldest daughter cradling new-born Ruby on his Instagram account.

Molly-Marie McFadden, who is the daughter of ex-Atomic Kitten member Kerry Katona, lives with her singer father in Ireland.

Brian took to Instagram to post the loving snap of his daughters under the handle @brianmcfadden123.

He posted the picture of 19-year-old Molly cradling her sister with the caption: "2 of my 3 girls. Ruby has finally met both of her sisters @123_mollymc".

Friends of McFadden rallied together, posting sweet comments under the family photo.

Singer-songwriter and husband of Vanessa Feltz, Ben Ofoedu, commented "🙏🏾❤️❤️" under his long-time friend's post.

41-year-old Brian shares two daughters with ex-wife Kerry Katona, with his younger daughter Lily-Sue, 18, meeting baby Ruby in May.

Lily-Sue lives in the UK with her mum and met her youngest sister last month after she was born.

 Brian and his fiancée Danielle Parkinson welcomed Ruby, their first child, on May 16, 2021.

Danielle previously suffered two devastating miscarriages before  announcing her pregnancy.

The pair announced their engagement just before Christmas, but admitted to trying for a baby for two years beforehand.

Ex-Westlife singer Brian and his other halfhad been undergoing IVF treatment to conceive and were successful on their third attempt.

After years of fertility struggles with her husband, ex-Westlife singer Brian, 40, Dani credits Dr Simone with falling pregnant.

Danielle added: "Myself and Brian have been together for four and a half years now.".

"A year into our relationship we decided to start trying for a baby, without thinking too much about it, just the odd ovulation test here and there.''

"After a year and a half we realised we may need some help. We made an appointment with our doctor to start the IVFprocess about two years ago.

"We were told all the worst news, given worst-case scenarios but you just have to keep going and trying everything you can.

"Getting your body and your head in the best physical health is the most important thing… if it's something you really want you've just got to throw everything at it.".

 

 

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