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Katie Price to marry for third time

The model and celebrity Katie Price is set to walk down the aisle for a third time.

Katie Price predicts she'll have '12' husbands

Katie Price expects to have "12" husbands.

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C4 rapped over Frankie Boyle jokes

Channel 4 breached broadcasting guidelines with jokes about Katie Price's son Harvey on its Frankie Boyle comedy show, the media regulator has ruled.

Katie Price: Marriage to Alex Reid was 'mistake'

Katie Price described her marriage to cage-fighter husband Alex Reid as a "mistake" as she announced the couple's separation.

Katie Price hits back over marriage gossip

Katie Price has hit out at reports about the state of her marriage to cagefighter Alex Reid.

Katie Price admits marriage is in crisis

Katie Price has confirmed for the first time that her marriage is under strain, but she and Alex Reid are trying to work out their differences.

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Celebrities have been urging us to copy their lifestyles, but the experts are less enthusiastic.

DJ Taylor: Graduates take heart – I was turned down by 'Scouting Weekly'

Employers can be huge snobs, but our class obsession has always been a boon for novelists and, of course, celebrity magazines...as Katie and Alex show

Peter Andre to present teatime TV show

Singer Peter Andre is to present a new teatime show on Channel 4.

Sport on TV: Mr Price makes a big booby of himself? Put him back in cage

When a continuity announcer introduces a programme with the words: "The story the press can't stop talking about," you really should just switch off. Alex Reid – The Fight of His Life (Bravo, Monday) was a documentary about someone who was completely unknown until he was seduced by a woman with massive breasts, then won 'Celebrity Big Brother'. Oh, and he's a mixed martial artist, or cage-fighter; from there you are left to wrestle with your conscience.

Alex Reid drops Katie Price baby hint



Alex Reid dropped a hint today that his baby plans with wife Katie Price could have come to fruition.

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