Katie Price has given an intimate look around her property in the hopes of disproving claims she lives in a ‘mucky mansion’.
The 41-year-old reality star has launched her new YouTube channel and decided to give fans a tour of her home, claiming where she lives is now ‘squeaky clean’.
Speaking to the camera, Katie insisted her West Sussex mansion wasn’t a mess or in disrepair.
She said: “I’m going to clear up some rumours about my mucky mansion and house. It’s ridiculous.”
However, the video shows rubbish piled up in a corner of the estate and the swimming pool full of green slimy water.
A she showed viewers around different parts of her home not normally seen by the cameras, Katie eventually admitted: “Yes, it does look like a mucky mansion.”
She then showed off a pile of waste that was dumped outside, saying: “It’s even worse up there.”
Katie believes her £2million manor has had an ‘unfairly bad reputation’ but then showed off a number of decaying children’s wendy houses that were clearly not fit for use in the garden.
When Keith Lemon highlighted her house on Through The Keyhole, Katie took umbrage that he had described her outdoor swimming pool as a “swamp.”
She decided to refute this by showing the state of the pool now, saying it “looks a bit better than a swamp,” despite being fenced off to stop her children using it as it was full of green, slimy water.
Katie said: “This is my swimming pool at the moment. I think it looks a bit better than a swamp. Obviously I’ve fenced it all off so the kids don’t get in there.”
The former glamour model said she has ‘big plans’ for her estate, with thoughts of building a new house on the site of her tennis courts.
Katie said she’s looking to ‘transform’ the interior of her home and revealed: “See the house is half being done. Look, no wallpaper there.”
Looking to shed the ‘mucky mansion’ label, Katie mused about what her home will be called once it has been finished: “Really I should call it Priceywood. Hollywood? Priceywood? Get it?”
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