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Katie Price can't see what all the fuss is about - she's pretty normal

By Kim Kelly

Published 29/06/2013

Katie Price
Katie Price
Katie Price
Katie Price
Katie Price and her new husband Kieran Hayler had a sweet-themed wedding bash
Katie Price
Katie Price
Katie Price

She's the most famous woman in Britain, with more column inches than Kate Middleton — but Katie Price says she can’t see what all the fuss is about!

In fact, the glamour girl turned businesswoman, who will make a personal appearance in Belfast next month to launch her new perfume Kissable, says her life is so normal that if magazines and newspapers printed the truth about her it would be really dull.

“A normal day for me is just waking up and having breakfast with the kids,” Katie told Sunday Life. “After I’ve taken them to school, I’ll go horse riding, walk the dogs and just chill or shop. In the evenings I like to have people over for dinner.

I’m pretty normal!” Katie’s love life — she’s just married her third husband, former stripper Kieran Hayler — is a constant topic of speculation in the tabloids and weekly gossip magazines who, she says, are “obsessed” with her.

Her announcement that she is expecting her fourth child in the summer sparked a frenzy of media interest with front covers claiming she is “depressed”, “desperate” and “anxious” all in one week!

“Do I sound like I am depressed?” she asked. “It’s just rubbish. There are some weeks I’m on the cover of all the mags and not one word is true. I don’t know how they can be bothered.

“They don’t even know me — it makes me laugh. It doesn’t bother me anymore. I just send legal letters and they have

Read the full interview in tomorrow's Sunday Life

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