At the tender age of 35 Katie Price is to release her fifth autobiography
Wednesday 19 June 2013
Katie Price has revealed she is planning to release her fifth autobiography later this year - at the age of just 35.
The glamour model, who has been through a divorce and tied the knot for a third time since her last volume, said it would be "quite an emotional" book.
She spoke about the the forthcoming memoir on ITV's Daybreak as she plugged the latest novel to which she has put her name, He's The One, and marks her 49th publication.
Price divorced her second husband, cage fighter Alex Reid, in 2011 and went on to marry builder and part-time stripper Kieran Hayler in January this year.
Her last memoir, You Only Live Once, was published in 2010, with her first published in 2004.
She said of her next autobiography: "Lots has happened. I think the last book finished off when I'd just married Alex.
"There's loads in this book, it's unbelievable, but it's quite disturbing. It's quite an emotional book this one, 'cos obviously I've had to go through quite a lot emotionally with things that I had to put up with. It'll be an interesting read."
Speaking about her latest marriage, she said: "Third time lucky, and this one is the one. He's so good. He's just so normal - he goes to work, that's really important. He's got a normal job, he's got a lovely family, it's just perfect. I'm in a really good place."
Price, expecting her fourth child in the coming months, said she was having a rough time with the pregnancy.
"It's the worst pregnancy I've had - lots of problems with being anaemic, low platelets, a lot heavier than I was before - but it's the fourth one so I know what to expect."
Her next autobiography is to be published in October and could be called Lipstick. Love And Lawsuits, although she said a final decision has not yet been made.
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