Katie Price reportedly turned up FOUR HOURS late to collect her kids following a night of partying.
The mum-of-five is said to have showed up to ex-husband Peter Andre ‘s house hours after she was meant to be there to collect Junior and Princess.
Insiders claim Katie, who is dating personal trainer Kris Boyson, was meant to pick up the children she shares with her ex at noon, but didn’t show up until 4pm following a boozy nightclub appearance.
A source told The Sun : “Katie had been out in Liverpool for a boozy nightclub PA the previous night, and didn’t manage to get back down South in time for the arranged time.
“She arrived late and tired. It delayed everyone’s day and kept the kids waiting.
“She blamed traffic and says it wasn’t because she slept in that morning.”
Katie, whose representatives denied she was late, said last month that she didn’t blame Peter for taking the kids away from her last year to live with him, his wife Emily, and their children Amelia and Theodore.
During an appearance on Loose Women, she said the kids are now back to their normal routine of splitting their time 50/50 between their mum and dad.
She said: “The kids are back to normal.
“I don’t blame Pete for doing what he did in the beginning.
“My ex told Kieran and said that I was self-medicating and whatever and he acted like what the dad does but there’s more drama behind which I’m not going to go into.”
Meanwhile, Emily has revealed that Peter’s tour schedule was ruined their Valentine’s Day plans.
“It’s Valentine’s Day this week but as Pete is away on tour we don’t have any plans,” Em writes in her latest column for OK! magazine.
“I don’t mind because we’re not massively into it,” she insists.
Emily then predicts there won’t even be as much as a card when Valentine’s Day arrives on Thursday.
“I don’t even know if I’ll be able to send him a card as he’ll be on the road, and I’ll be very impressed if I got anything as he’s very busy!” she writes.
Mirror Online has contacted Katie and Peter’s representatives for comment.
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