Katie Price plans second wedding ceremony

Katie Price today told of her plans for a second marriage ceremony with Alex Reid following her whirlwind trip down the aisle in Las Vegas.

The reality TV star said the blessing this summer would be a "family thing" and a DIY job.



She also told This Morning that she intended to keep her life more private - before revealing she was having her period.



"We are doing a blessing in the summer 'cos we want all our family there," Price told the ITV1 show.



"And obviously (Reid's) mum would like to see her son get married ... so yeah, I can't wait."



She said the couple would make the arrangements for their blessing together.



"We're both going to decide together and get our families involved, his mum, my mum.



"We're all going to do it as a family thing, how really it should be done, not how other people tell you to do it.



"We're not going to have a wedding planner, we're literally going to do it ourselves."



Talking about her marriage to cage fighter Reid, Price, who was previously wed to singer Peter Andre, said: "I absolutely love it being married again.



"It's just completely different ... We're actually looking to buy a house together."



She confirmed she had barred filming of her Las Vegas wedding ceremony to Reid.



Price said: "We didn't do a magazine deal and we didn't let the cameras in 'cos we just wanted it private.



"It's not a Pete and Kate relationship. It's more private this time."



Price added: "That's how I wanted to do it this time.



"We've got separate careers. And I just love it. We've got more to talk about when we go home, we're not in each other's pockets 24/7 and I think it's a much healthier way to be."



At one point during the interview Price accidentally referred to herself and "Pete" before quickly correcting herself to say "Alex".



She said: "There's so much about us that people don't know. You haven't seen us do interviews together."



She denied she was waiting for the price of an interview to ratchet up.



Asked if she would sell her marriage pictures, Price said: "No, don't plan to do that, no."



Asked how she was going to continue earning, Price said: "I've still got my baby stuff coming out, perfume books and that will still continue."



Quizzed on the attraction between herself and her new husband, Price said: "I don't want to dwell on it too much because like I say we're very private like that."



Moments later she told the show: "We are trying for a baby ... I'm on my period now, not that you all want to know that."



She added: "My relationship is 100% right. I don't need a baby or anything to make it even more right."



Price, who has come under fire for allowing her daughter Princess to wear make-up, said she plans to bring out a "safe" make-up range, adding: "Princess isn't the front of it or the face of it."



Price said of youngsters wearing make-up: "All my friends' daughters do it."



She also told how she planned to make a cameo appearance in a movie about her life.



Price said: "I was in America and I did talk to producers. After my next autobiography comes out they've got all them books and they're going to make a movie of it.



"There's a film called Paparazzi which Mel Gibson did which I recommend everyone to watch 'cos it's very similar to my life.



"He just made a cameo role in it ... and I shall probably do something like that 'cos I'm not an actress...



"It will be a good movie and it will happen."

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