Katie Price’s grief as she is separated from the children and the dying mom


Katie Price admitted that she was really struggling after being separated from most of her children for a month.

The 41-year-old five-year-old mother was unable to see the eldest son Harvey, who returned to live with her after the closure of her special school, thanks to the coronavirus lockdown measures.

This means that his teenage children Junior and Princess must stay with their father Peter Andre, while his youngest – Jett and Bunny – lives with their father Kieran Hayler.

Katie made the decision not to spend time with most of her offspring to protect Harvey, who could die if he contracted a lethal COVID-19.

Katie Price lives with son Harvey but none of his other children to protect him from coronavirus

“Harvey is one of those who is at high risk of dying if they get it, so I couldn’t see my other kids,” she explained again! magazine.

“It’s difficult, but I have FaceTime. In this regard, I’m fighting – it’s been a month since I last saw them. But I can’t risk Harvey. “

Harvey, who is blind enrolled, lives with Prader syndrome – Willi and is on the autism spectrum, is not the only family member Katie is trying to protect – his mom Amy Price also lives with terminal lung disease and could die quickly if infected.

Katie’s mom, Amy, has terminal lung disease

“My mom is dying and the last time I saw her was two weeks ago. I couldn’t even enter the house, “said the glamorous ex-model.

“I was in the garden and she was on the veranda. “

It comes after Katie was spotted outside her first ex-husband Pete’s house showing off her bra on the street before running away.

In the bizarre shots, Katie – who seemed to have given Easter eggs to her children – lifted her black sweatshirt to expose her white bra while laughing through the doors.

She then took off on the street and jumped into a nearby car.

Katie admits that she was not physically ready for the challenges in SAS: Who Dares Wins

It precedes the bankrupt star’s stint on Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins, on which she only lasted two days before leaving brutal training.

She blamed her recent breast reduction operation for her brief stint, claiming that she was mentally “strong” but that her body was not ready.

“I think a lot of people would know that mentally I am strong, just from my past and what I have experienced,” she admitted.

“But it was just physically that my body was not ready for many of the things I was proposed for, because it was just because of my stupidity to get smaller surgically.

“But other than that, I’m a strong person anyway. When you get an interrogator who attacks you, even if you know it is wrong, although it is a show, it is not meant to look like a show. It looks like reality. “”

* Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins is coming back to Channel 4 soon.


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