Katie Price has said she would not rule out another marriage but feels she has “been there and done it” as she confirmed she has reunited with her former fiance Carl Woods.
The former glamour model, 44, announced she was engaged to salesman Woods, 34, in 2021 but their relationship has been on and off since.
Price, who is a mother of five, has previously been married three times, to singer Peter Andre, cage-fighter Alex Reid and Kieran Hayler, but described them as “rehearsals”.
As she appeared on Jeremy Vine’s Channel 5 show on Friday, Woods waited in the wings for her.
She revealed they have “nothing planned yet” in terms of a wedding, adding: “I would never rule out marriages but I’ve been there and done it.
“And the way I look at it is I’ve done the rehearsals so I’ll be ready for the real wedding.”
Reflecting on what type of wedding she would potentially do, she said she would only want her and the other person there as she feels guests can get caught up with table plans.
The TV personality also admitted that she does not know how she would pick a venue as she had done “every kind of wedding”, including a trip to Vegas and a beach ceremony.
Price also revealed she had been struggling with her mental health in recent years as she discussed her upcoming bankruptcy hearing.
“You shouldn’t be ashamed if you have a bankruptcy because for different reasons people go into bankruptcy,” she said.
“I went through a really, really tough time the past three years, mental health and this and that.
“And I’m proud that I’ve come to the other end, and it’s life, isn’t it? Sometimes you have to face these things, but I’m happy and I’m in a good position.”
She added that the bankruptcy is in relation to two people in her past and confirmed her house is not under threat of being repossessed.
“It’s nothing to do with my house, my house is completely safe, they could never take it away,” she said.
Last month, Price revealed that her 20-year-old son Harvey, who has Prader–Willi syndrome and autism, had allegedly been the subject of “inappropriate and derogatory” images shared by a number of Metropolitan Police officers in a WhatsApp group chat.
On her Instagram, she shared an image of a letter from the Discrimination Investigation Unit within the Professional Standards Department of the Met Police which detailed the alleged misconduct.
The former model told Vine that she was planning to attend court next month alongside her son as she wants those accused to see how “vulnerable” he is.
She said: “I’ve seen some of the stuff they’ve written and I don’t get shocked much because I’m so used to him being trolled and everything but what they have done, even I was like ‘Wow’, it took my breath, it’s disgusting.”