Katie Price ‘wants to bond with Peter Andre’s wife and give her a makeover’

The star wants to bond with her ex hubby's new wife

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It’s not very often we see someone become close friends with their ex-hubby’s new wife.

But former glamour model Katie Price seems to be planning to try and get close to her ex Peter Andre’s new wife Emily MacDonagh.

And it’s safe to say the two’s styles are polar opposites.

Katie reportedly wants to give Emily a makeover (Credit: Instagram)

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A source told Now magazine: “Katie wants to bond with Emily over fashion.

“She thinks Emily’s look is “too safe” and wants to help her spice things up a bit.”

They added: “Emily is arguably a lot more conservative than Katie, who reckons she should put some oomph into her wardrobe.”

Hmm, not sure Emily will be a fan of the idea.

Pete is happily married to Emily and they share two children (Credit: FameFlynet)

The insider continued: “Katie feels that she and Emily should be close – they’re mothers of Pete’s children, after all, and in her mind it makes perfect sense.

“Katie wants Princess to sew the seeds on the idea. She’ll suggest this great idea and hopefully Emily will go along with it.

“Katie’s determined to build bridges.”

Pete, 44, and Katie, 39, tied the knot in 2005 but split in 2009.

The former couple have two children together, Junior, 11, and Princess, nine.

Pete has two children with ex-wife Katie (Credit: Instagram)

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But it looks like Pete and Pricey have slightly different methods on how to parent their children.

Aussie heartthrob Pete has revealed he goes to extreme lengths to keep Junior and Princess “young and innocent”.

The singer has banned his kids from using any social media at their home.

Speaking to OK! Magazine Peter said: “I know some will disagree with me but I’m trying to keep Princess and Junior young and innocent while I can.

“Once they get phones, they’ll always have them and the minute they get on social media there’s no going back so I’m trying to drag it out for as long as I possibly can.”

He added: “I don’t let the kids use any social media at my house.

“I’m strict: it’s just my way. At weekends we all sit around and play games and do things as a family.”

Good for you, Pete.

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