Star set on more kids, even by surrogacy
KATIE Price will have more children via surrogacy and adoption if she’s ever told by doctors she can’t have any more “sprogs”.
The 38-year-old former glamour model – who has Harvey, 15, Junior, 12, and Princess, 10, from past relationships and Jett, 3, and 2-year-old Bunny with husband Kieran Hayler – revealed her plans to continue growing her brood in the latest episode of her TV series Katie Price: My Crazy Life.
She said: “Harvey’s 15, Junior and Princess are hitting their teenage years soon. I’ve got these two little sprogs that will keep me on my toes.
“And then I’ll have more sprogs until the doctor says you can’t have any more. And then I’ll find a surrogate and then I’ll adopt.”
Though the star said that having children kept her young, Katie – who is reportedly thinking about having her ninth boob job – insisted she needed more cosmetic surgery to keep her youthful looks as she approached 40.
“The thing is I’m 39 next month, nearly 40… I need to see the surgeon to make me look younger! “I will continue to live my life the way it is,” she said.
One of the episodes also sees Katie and Kieran renew their wedding vows in the Maldives, with the former stripper putting in all the effort to organise the celebration.
Katie’s son Junior revealed: “Kieran organised everything, he was a true gentleman to mom. She loved it.”
Explaining why he decided to have the ceremony, Kieran added: “It was my way of saying ‘get that wedding ring back on your finger… She’s mine’.”
Katie recently admitted she has a lot of names in mind for her future children. Speaking about Princess – her daughter with her ex-husband Peter Andre – and current husband Kieran’s daughter Bunny, she said: “Obviously I’ve got a Princess and a Bunny, Harvey was named after my granddad and Junior because he was a mini Pete, but I actually like the name Royalty, I don’t care if no one else does.
“Royalty, then Prince and then King and then Duchess, I’ve got them all named.
“I don’t know how many more I’ll have. The whole monarchy? Why not.”