Katie Price, 45, has been left quite unhappy over an interview involving her son, Junior Andre, 18, on Loose Women.
The media personality, when speaking to her followers on TikTok, expressed her dissatisfaction with her son’s interview on the daytime programme and labelled it ‘so cruel’.
Junior, 18, met with the show’s panellists, Kaye Adams, Nadia Sawalha, Judi Love, and Jane Moore, to discuss his new music, a single called Only One, in his first ever solo TV interview.
However, one topic of conversation was not covered: his mother.
This was something that left the former glamour model less than impressed.
“Isn’t it weird I was in Big Brother with Nadia? I presented with all the other ones on Loose Women,” Price stressed, according to MailOnline.
“Not one mention about his mum; not one mention about ‘is your mum proud of you?’ It was all Pete, Pete, Pete, Pete, Pete.
“He was obviously told not to talk about me. It is so cruel. But that’s what this industry is like.”
The mum-of-five shares Junior and his sister, Princess, 16, with her ex, Peter Andre.
Price and Andre met on I’m A Celeb, Get Me Out Of Here! in 2004 and separated in 2009.
She was then joined by her daughter Princess and told her, “I had to just confess to everyone how on Loose Women they didn’t even mention me considering I worked with them.”
“I said I am in his life; I do see him, and I do speak to him, and we all do. But our whole family are left out of everything because they hate me.”
Price was a regular panellist on the ITV daytime show from 2015 until 2018 but hasn’t appeared on the programme since.
After her departure from the panel, she revealed in a podcast interview in 2018 that she felt let down by the ITV team and says this time in her life was her rock bottom as her ex-husband, Kieran Hayler’s, affair broke and her mum’s was dealing with a terminal illness diagnosis.
On the Changes With Annie Macmanus podcast in 2021, she confessed that looking back on her two-year stint on Loose Women makes her ‘feel sick.’
“You had me at my worst. You had me when mentally I was really going through it, which is weird because some people wouldn’t have you on the show like ‘no, you are not well enough’. In fact, I wasn’t well. I wasn’t well, but I was still able to perform like a seal.”
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