We all know Katie Price can say some shocking things, but our mouths dropped to the floor when she called her ten-year-old daughter Princess “ugly”.
The Loose Women were talking about popstar Pink’s award acceptance speech the other night in which she said her six-year-old daughter said to her: “I’m the ugliest girl I know.” How sad is that!
So when the topic was brought up on today’s show, based around how the Loose Women would react if their children said the same thing to them, of course the Pricey piped up and said something a little bit naughty.
She told her fellow panelists: “I always have a joke with Princess because she really was ugly. Not now but as a baby she really was, but she was beautiful to me.”
At that point her co-panelist Nadia Sawalha attempted to correct her choice of words, and laughed as she said: “Do you mean she hadn’t yet blossomed Katie?”
Katie then went on to add: “I would say all the ugly ones at school turn out to be the swans.
“Even Jet and Bunny were gorgeous to me but they’ve got to grow into themselves.
“Newborns always look like wrinkly old men.” Oh Katie what are we going to do with you?
Two of her children, Princess and Junior, are ex husband Peter Andre’s offspring. Katie has recently announced she is calling quits on her marriage to Kieran Hayler.
Also on today’s Loose Women Katie revealed all about why she has decided to split with Kieran, saying that he has been sleeping with the kids’ nanny for a year. Although the nanny denies the claim, Katie spoke out about it on the show.
She said: “It is what it is. It’s what you’ve read. Years ago I caught Kieran cheating with two of my best friends, I paid for therapy to get him help, as far as I knew our life was perfect.
“I caught him again. There’s other things that’s also going to come out. Here I am again. What do you do?”
Katie revealed that Kieran has a ‘sex addiction’ and that he needs help. She said: “It’s not normal behaviour what he’s doing. Especially when you’re in a happy marriage.
“I’m shocked. Kieran is absolutely devastated and I’m like ‘well you’ve done this to me’. He does have an addiction, he does.
“I love him, I go home and it’s confusing, he’s hurt me once and I don’t deserve to get hurt. But I feel sorry for him.”