Katie Price’s grief as she kisses terminally ill mom through a window

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Katie Price’s grief as she kissed her terminally ill mom Amy through a window.

The former glamor model, 41, was unable to be in close contact with her glamorous mom due to the coronavirus lockout.

In the trailer for Katie Price’s next reality show My Crazy Life, the TV star was seen crying because she couldn’t kiss her mother.

“I can’t even hug her, it’s so, so sad,” she said in the emotional clip.

Heartbreaking scenes saw Katie placing her hand against the glass while her mother did the same on the other side.

“I love you and I will see you soon,” said Katie.

The special episode followed Katie as she entered rehab after she found herself bankrupt and struggled to cope with her breakup with Kris Boyson.



In the heartbreaking scene, Katie kisses her mother through a window

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It was a shock to Katie to discover that the entire country had been taken into custody due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic when she left the facility.

Amy’s mom Katie was diagnosed with a terminal lung disease called idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis in 2017.

She was considered particularly vulnerable during the coronavirus crisis and was tasked with following strict isolation.



Katie and mom Amy share a close relationship

As a result, Katie was unable to visit her sick relative.

“My mom is dying and the last time I saw her was two weeks ago. I couldn’t even get into the house, ”she recently told new! magazine.

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

During her rehabilitation time, Katie also revealed that her children “saved her life” and that she would not have been there without them.



Katie Price released the trailer for her unique reality show

Since leaving the medical center, Katie has been trying to get her life back on track and self-isolated with her eldest son Harvey, 17.

* Katie Price: My Crazy Life will air Monday May 4 at 10 p.m. on Quest Red

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