Katie Price admits alter ego Jordan still tempts her

The star still misses her Jordan days

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Former glamour model Katie Price has revealed she wants to “spice up her life” and her body inspiration is her alter ego Jordan.

Pricey, who has five children, has also admitted that she can’t wait to get pregnant again.

Katie’s body inspiration is her own alter-ego Jordan (Credit: IDS)

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Despite leaving her partying days behind it seems the Loose Women panellist still misses some parts of her old life.

Speaking to OK! magazine Katie, 38, said: “Katie Price loves Jordan and Jordan just wants to be Katie.

“[Jordan] wants to calm down a bit, but Katie wants to spice up her life a bit like Jordan’s!”

Pricey has settled down and left her partying days behind (Credit: Instagram/@officialkatieprice)

The star also spoke about wanting more children with her hubby Kieran Hayler.

She admitted: “When I’m ready to have a kid again I’ll just eat what I want and put on weight as I have in my other pregnancies.

“You get a lovely baby at the end of it – getting fat is all worth it!”

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But with five children already under her wing Katie has found herself in the firing line for her parenting skills.

After posting a sweet snap of her two youngest tots, Bunny and Jett, enjoying their breakfast, fans were left criticising the star for putting juice in their bottles.

One ranted: “Juice in a bottle!!! Don’t u care about their teeth?”

While another added: “Surely they should be drinking from a cup by now.”

The star has been accused of bad parenting to her two youngest tots (Credit: Instagram/officialkatieprice)

Meanwhile, this weekend, Katie stripped down for a Loose Women body campaign alongside her co-stars.

The Loose ladies flashed their bods for a huge poster on a billboard in Central London to promote body confidence.

The 38-year-old wasn’t scared to show off her figure and said: “I have produced five babies so I can’t knock my body – it’s a proper machine. There’s no body the same – I’ve got scars, they’re good memories.

“We’re all imperfect, all bodies tell a story. I don’t regret any of it. Everyone should embrace who they are. At the end of the day you should be loved for who you are.”