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Olivia Attwood: 'Katie Price's flirtations with Chris Hughes are laughable'

Olivia's comments come after her boyfriend Chris Hughes said Katie Price's message after they filmed Loose Women together was "full on".

Olivia Attwood has branded Katie Price's attempts to contact her boyfriend Chris Hughes "laughable".

The former glamour model sat alongside the Love Island hunk on the ITV’s Loose Women a few weeks ago, where she openly flirted with the 24-year-old, despite being married to husband Kieran Hayler.

Chris told Closer magazine that Katie then got in touch with him after filming wrapped, labelling her a bit "full on", while Olivia has told Heat magazine that her beau hasn't entertained the mother-of-five's flirtations.

"It’s Katie Price being Katie Price and Chris is f**king gorgeous," Olivia smiled. "Obviously it’s laughable she thinks he would entertain it. She’s got a few too many kids. Like far too many kids.”

Olivia and Chris have been happily dating since they came in third position on ITV2's Love Island, although their fiery personalities have led to frequent rows. But Katie's contact attempts haven't caused any arguments, with Chris telling Closer: "She's (Katie's) a little bit full on! She's funny, but interesting. She tried to message me on Twitter a little bit, but I just didn't reply."

There are rumours that Katie and Kieran's marriage is on the rocks, though neither party has commented on the gossip.

During her appearance on Loose Women on Wednesday, Katie appeared to hint that Kieran had been unfaithful again, after he previously cheated with two of her close friends, while discussing how to maintain a spark in a relationship.

"All my relationships have always had that spark, we've never broken up because of a lack of a spark," Katie said.

When fellow panellist Nadia Sawalha commented that some of her friends are "born cheats", Katie added: "For some people it's just about sex... yeah I think once a cheat, always a cheat."

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