Katie Price: Chantelle is an ugly version of me

Katie Price lets rip in two-hour interview with Piers Morgan

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Katie Price lets rip in two-hour interview with Piers Morgan

We thought it was a bit strange when Katie Price said she hoped Peter Andre and Chantelle were happy.

And the model was back to her straight-talking tones yesterday when a 45-mintue tell-all interview with Piers Morgan reportedly turned into a two-hour tirade.

Katie – aka Jordan – reportedly had less kind words for Pete’s new friend, Chantelle Houghton, branding her ‘an ugly version of me’.

And sources say she blames Peter for the split during the interview, saying: ‘It was all down to Pete, he wanted this, not me. He's not as innocent as he's been making out.’

In the interview, set to air on ITV1 tomorrow night, Katie lifts the lid on her split with Pete, adding: 'It's about time I put my point across. There will be some home truths, Pete is not as innocent as he's making out.'

The star also denied having a sexual relationship with model Anthony Lowther, with whom she famously partied with for a week in Ibiza.

Meanwhile, Peter has reportedly launched a legal bid to gain regular access to the former couple’s children until their divorce is finalised.

The singer is said to be upset at the amount of time children Junior, four, Princess Tiiaamii, two, and Katie's disabled son Harvey, seven, have spent in the care of a nanny rather than with him.

According to The Sun, the singer spent much of yesterday with lawyers discussing ways to get childcare arrangements set in place until the divorce comes through.

Katie currently decides when the children can see Peter.

One source said: ‘The only thing Peter cares about is his children. He doesn't want any money from Kate, she can keep the house.

‘He just wants as much access to his children as he can. He knows that his kids need to be with their parents.’



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