Katie Price will use a fan as a surrogate for her sixth child
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Katie Price will use a fan as a surrogate for her sixth child. Watch below:
The glamour model - who recently revealed that she and her former fiancé Carl Woods had rekindled their relationship - has five children with three different men.
The 44-year-old shares her eldest son Harvey, 20, with former Man Utd footballer Dwight Yorke.
She also has son, Junior, 17, and daughter Princess, 15, with ex husband Peter Andre.
Not to mention her youngest kids, Jett, nine, and Bunny, eight, of whom she shares with her third ex-husband Kieran Hayler.
She told Jeremy Vine’s Channel 5 show last month that she and Woods have 'reunited'.
“And the way I look at it is I’ve done the rehearsals so I’ll be ready for the real wedding.”
With or without a wedding, it seems that Price has already planned out having a sixth child.
"I have got a surrogate, I haven't got any eggs anymore, I'm 44, I want another baby so what am I supposed to do? I can't pop it out," she told the Turning Adversity Into An Asset podcast last month.
"I have got this lady, it will be my egg - she's been a fan of mine for years and she does do surrogacy."
When host Lewis Raymond Taylor asked who she’d be having the baby with, she said: “If I was with anyone, then it would be them. If not it would be a sperm donor.”
Last month, the Metropolitan Police force apologised to the former glamour model and her son, Harvey, after two officers were sacked over discriminatory messages they sent about him.
Pc Glynn Rees and Pc Dave Selway were dismissed by a disciplinary panel on Friday at Palestra House in Southwark, central London, after they and six former officers were found guilty of gross misconduct.
The pair – along with former sergeant Luke Thomas, former acting sergeant Luke Allen and former constables Kelsey Buchan, Lee South, Darren Jenner, and Carlo Francisco – were also barred for life from the police service.
The group was found to have sent racist, homophobic, ableist, transphobic and sexist messages between May 2016 and June 2018 in a WhatsApp group called “Secret Squirrel S**t”.