Bankrupt Katie Price encourages terminally ill mom to run wild over credit cards before dying

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Katie Price has revealed that she encouraged her terminally ill mother to accumulate credit card debt before she died.
Amy, 66, the mother of the former glamor model, suffers from terminal lung disease, idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis and her condition means her lungs are scarred and breathing is difficult.

She was diagnosed in 2017 and Katie recently shared the heartbreaking heart that Amy shouldn’t have much more time to live with.

And on Wednesday, the 42-year-old mother-of-five appeared in Steph’s lunch box to explain how the family is accepting Amy’s disease as it sets in.

During the chat, Katie offered advice on other people going through a similar situation before blatantly stating how she told her mom to buy “everything” on credit cards because once she died, they “can’t come and get him.”

Katie – who was declared bankrupt in the High Court in November 2019 after failing to pay off her many creditors – said on air: “Just build memories, don’t complain, laugh. “

Katie Price said she encouraged her terminally ill mother to run up on credit card debt before she died
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Sharing her idea of ​​spending, she added, “I told my mom for a laugh ‘if I were you I would put everything on hp (hire purchase) because once you are gone they can’t not come and get it. “.

“And she said ‘you know what a good idea is.’ I said “why not you?” She said “they would leave it to Price (her husband)”.

“I said” don’t worry about it, you’ll be in the ground, no one will know “. So we make jokes like that. It’s good that as a family we have a joke.

Continuing to recount how the family is coping, she added, “We all laugh and joke about it, my mom wrote letters so I turn it into a positive only if you have a terminal illness.

“What I learned from my mom is that in a way you’re in a good position because we’re all going to be going at some point.

“We don’t know when but I guess if you know you can plan, you can write your letters, you can say things you want to say to people and that’s what my mom did, so don’t. Don’t just think about the gloom and the gloom.

Former glamor model shares comments on Steph’s packed lunch
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The Mirror has contacted a rep for Katie for comment.

Elsewhere in the series, Katie warned her mother, who moved to Spain to see if the better weather would help her breathe, might not have much longer.

In clips from a miniseries the star is preparing for the Channel 4 midday series, she spoke on the phone to her 66-year-old mother and begged her to increase the oxygen while her mother coughed and was panting.

After talking to a mindset coach, Katie called her mom in front of the camera and said, “My mom is strong enough, she accepted it, but she’s not one of those people who’s going to dwell on it. even though I know it’s on your mind.

Katie’s mother Amy suffers from end-stage idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis
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Amy replied, “I haven’t given up yet. I have accepted the fact that I know I will deteriorate. “

As she came out of her puff and started to cough, Katie begged her, “Increase your oxygen, mom, you’re coughing.” “

“I’ll be fine in a minute,” Amy said through coughing fits.

“It’s because you don’t want to increase it.” That’s why – you don’t want to count on it, ”Katie replied sternly.

They ring and Katie consults with Mindset Coach Will Murtha, telling her, “My mom is my absolute rock, my absolute best friend and being told she has an incurable respiratory disease is breaking me. heart.

“Unfortunately, she doesn’t have much longer to live,” Katie added.

The coach goes through the stages of grieving with her and says, “Grieving has a process, you are going to go through a form of denial, you are going to go through a depression and then you are going to finally come to an acceptance.

Katie Price opened up about the loss of her dying mother Amy
Katie also shared on the show how her mom might not have much more time.
(Image: canal 4)

“There has to be a way for you and your mother to talk as much as possible… the sooner you can both get to the same place of acceptance, you can really enjoy the moments.

After their session, Katie told the camera, “What I learned today is to spend as much time as possible with my mom. You just have to take each day as it is, create so many memories, don’t have any regrets and just be happy. ”

* Watch the full movie on Steph’s Packed Lunch, 12:30 p.m. today on Channel 4

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