Katie Price has revealed that she regrets having every aspect of her marriage to Peter Andre filmed – particularly given its effect on her son Junior.
The glamour model and businesswoman shared her life with the singer in a series of fly-on-the-wall documentaries for ITV2 – but told the Independent’s magazine The New Review that putting it all on camera was a mistake.
“When I was married to Pete, I don’t know what I was thinking,” she admitted.
“Everything we did was documented, every party, every trip, on the telly, in magazines. It’s not healthy.”
Katie added that the constant presence of documentary crews had also profoundly affected Junior, her eight-year-old son from her marriage to Peter – to the extent that he had been bitten by the fame bug.
“He wants to go on Britain’s Got Talent; he wants to present Jeremy Kyle; he wants a Lamborghini,” Katie revealed.
“He keeps telling me he’s famous, and I’m trying to tell him that just because his father puts him on his TV show, that doesn’t make him famous himself.”
However she added that she had learned her lesson when it came to splashing the cash and that her new husband Kieran Hayler – whose baby she is expecting – wouldn’t be seeing much of her reported £45m fortune.
“It’s what will keep us together,” Katie said. “It’s a shame, in a way, because he is lovely, and I want to spoil him, but I’ve said to him that I’ve been taken advantage of so bad in the past that unfortunately he’s going to get f*** all from me.”
The full interview will appear in Sunday’s edition of the magazine.