Atomic Kitten stars reunite at Natasha Hamiltons wedding without Kerry Katona

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Members of pop band Atomic Kitten reunited to celebrate Natasha Hamilton’s wedding but there was no sign of former member Kerry Katona.

Liz McClarnon and Jenny Frost were both pictured with Natasha on her big day on the official Atomic Kitten Instagram page.

The trio were reunited in Lake Como, Italy, to celebrate the wedding of their own Natasha to beau Charles Gay in the stunning Italian ceremony.

Natasha, 39, looked every inch the blushing bride in a stunning lace wedding gown and veil as she was pictured with her bandmates either side of her with the stunning Lake Como mountains and lakes in the background.

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Liz, 40, to the left of the bride, looked elegant in a pink full-length dress and had her long blonde hair down in a wavy blow dry for her friend’s big day.

Newest band member Jenny Frost, 43, stood to the right of the bride and wore a short black fur dress matched with black stilettos and had her blonde hair down in a straight blow dry.

The band members reunited picture was captioned with a play on one of their hit songs. It said: “Whole again … again.” Followed by a winking and tongue out face emoji.

“Congratulations to our beautiful @natashahamilton on marrying your gorgeous man @charlesgay. We couldn’t be happier for you!”

Fans flocked to comments box to congratulate Natasha and share their delight in seeing the girls reunited.

One said: “You girls” followed by a starry-eyed face emoji.

Another penned: “The power of three.”

While a third shared: “Congratulations to you Natasha all the best for the future, Liz as always you look beautiful and stunning as usual xx”

It comes after Liz, Jenny and Natasha reunited for the first time in 15 years earlier this year to release a revamped version of the 2000 hit Whole Again, titled Southgate You're The One, in support of England at Euro 2020.

Kerry said at the time she wasn’t asked to be involved in the football song – admitting she didn’t feel like her former bandmates are fond of her.

"I was gutted not to be involved, but I'm really happy for the girls,” she exclusively told OK! .

“I was never asked to be part of it – I don't know why! I get the feeling they don't like me.”

But, Kerry added: “I wish them all the best – the more morale we have for England, the better. Come on England!"

Following the release of the song, the trio said in a statement: “It's been a whirlwind couple of days, but we are super excited and grateful to be able to contribute to the awesome energy and patriotism that is filling the England Streets with this version of Whole Again.”

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