Kerry Katona has taken to Twitter to vent her anger over comments her ex-husband Brian McFadden has made about their marriage.
Brian told Hello! magazine in an interview that accompanied pictures of himself and new wife Vogue Williams on their wedding day, that he didn't know what he was doing the first time around.
He told the magazine: "This is me getting married for the rest of my life - and a completely different life."
"I was 18 or 19 when I got married the first time. I was in Westlife. I had no idea what I was doing. It wasn't till I was 30 that I turned into an adult."
An unhappy Kerry took offence to this dismissal of their marriage, posting a stream of angry tweets.
Brace yourselves, Kerry clearly had a lot on her mind.
She wrote: "I will never let anyone take away my first marriage not even my ex husband! We may have been young but I knew full well what I was doing!!!
"And never in a million years would I ever dismiss it, especially bringing two amazing children into it... Love mummy xxx."
"Just want my children to know there were made with love and no regrets #eyeswideopen."
Kerry then returned to Twitter later on to conclude her thoughts on Brian's comments.
"Just want to say a big thank you to all the people who have walked in and OUT of my life."
"You've all made me the person I am today.... Stronger, wiser and one hell of a great mum!! Thanks xxxx."
After three years of marriage and two children, Kerry and Brian divorced in 2004 with Kerry going on to marry Mark Croft, who she later divorced in 2011.