Katie Price on ex Peter Andre: ‘I thought we could have been together for ever, I idolised him’

Katie Price and Peter Andre at the Soho Hotel in central London, promoting their new show
Katie Price has opened up about the marriage

Katie Price has admitted she “idolised” her ex Peter Andre, and thought they “could have been together for ever”.

The star has opened up about her past marriage, revealing the ‘real’ reason they split, as she speaks out in a series of sessions with psychiatrist Dr Claudia Bernat for explosive new Channel 5 documentary, Katie Price: In Therapy.

In one of the emotional sessions, Katie has now claimed they split in 2009 because Peter had suspicions there was something going on between the former glamour model and her horse trainer – with Katie outright denying it.

“I thought that we could have been together for ever’, she told Claudia, Now magazine reports. “I idolised him and he did me, definitely.”

ITVKatie Price and Peter Andre on I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here
The pair were married with two children

Pete always claimed “something big happened, which I won’t reveal” as he discussed why they split, but Katie has now admitted the real reason.

Katie added: “He thought that something was going on with me and my horse trainer [Andrew Gould] and I always said nothing was going on with my horse trainer.

“I loved Pete. I’d have never have done anything behind his back or anything like that.”

ITVKatie Price and Peter Andre in When Jordan met Peter on Friday 12 November 2004
The pair met on I’m a Celeb in 2004

Mum-of-five Katie also discussed motherhood, admitting she didn’t want to be a “failure” – and in the filmed sessions, the star will be seen as she breaks down revealing her struggle with her eldest son Harvey.

While she’s got quite the house full already, Katie has also pledged to keep having more children “’til the doctor says: No more’,” with her reportedly keen to turn to surrogacy from then on.

The star told Claudia she likes the kids relying on her, gushing about motherhood in the tell-all interviews.


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