Katie Price’s exes Peter Andre and Kieran Hayler are reportedly in contact with each other.
According to a new report, Peter and Kieran have been communicating to help Katie stay on track after a tough couple of years.
Katie has children Junior, 14, and Princess, 12, with Peter while she has Jett, six, and Bunny, five, with Kieran.
A source told new! magazine: “Obviously they want to make sure their kids are happy at a time like this, but they also have a vested interest in Katie.
“They still care about her and want to make sure she’s keeping safe and not struggling after her Priory stint.
They want to make sure she’s keeping safe.
“They’ve been talking loads about making sure she knows they’re there for her if she’s feeling vulnerable.”
The insider added that Peter and Kieran’s children are siblings so “it makes sense for them to have a good relationship with each other too”.
In addition, the source claimed the pair “seem to genuinely have a laugh together” and it’s “become a team effort”.
Ent Daily has contacted reps for Katie, Peter and Kieran for comment.
Katie has had a tough couple of years after finding out her mum has a terminal lung condition, going to rehab and splitting from Kieran following cheating allegations.
Meanwhile, the mum-of-five has had a hard time with trolls attacking her 17-year-old son Harvey.
Harvey is autistic, partially blind and has Prader-Willi syndrome.
The reality star recently noticed Harvey was trending on Twitter due to trolls’ vile comments.
Katie hits back at trolls
Katie initially thought it was linked to the charity T-shirts her boy had designed.
He has so far raised more than £12,000 for the NHS and Cavell Nurses’ Trust with his rainbow frog tees.
But Katie tweeted: “Saw Harvey Price was trending and thought perhaps people were praising him for his great efforts in raising money for @NHSCharities & @CavellTrust.
— Katie Price (@KatiePrice) May 16, 2020
“Sadly not. #HarveysLaw.”
Katie has been campaigning the government in a bid to create a new law, called Harvey’s Law, to protect people from trolling.
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