Mum-of-five Katie Price co-parents four of her children with their dads, meaning they’re often out of the house at the same time
Katie Price has confessed that she can’t remember the last time she was with all five of her children at the same time.
The former glamour model is a full-time mum to Harvey, 19, who is currently residing at National Star College in Cheltenham, a school that can cope with his complex needs.
She also shares Junior, 16, and Princess, 14, with ex-husband Peter Andre, and Jett, eight, and Bunny, seven, with former spouse Kieran Hayler.
The co-parenting arrangements mean that the four youngest kids will split their time between Katie’s home and the homes their dads share with their partners and other kids.
And now that Harvey is away at residential college, it’s no wonder it’s getting tricky to get the whole family together under one roof.
On Netmums podcast Sweat, Snot & Tears, Katie was asked how chaotic a morning with all of her children is.
She said: “Do you know, I can’t remember the last time they were all here, because remember…
“Okay let me think of a time when they were – chaos. The morning was chaos, because trying to get all their uniforms on, get them down for breakfast because they don’t want to get out of bed and it’s like ‘Come on, get out of bed’.
“And I feels like I’m working in the army.”
When asked if she’s good at getting up in the morning, Katie added: “Well I don’t have all nannies and stuff like that, it’s just quicker to do it myself.”
Also in the podcast, Katie declared that she hates her kids’ dad.
When asked about co-parenting, she said: “Forget it, I will stop you there. I hate the dads. The Priory no1. and The Priority no2. That’s all I’m saying.
“My relationship with them are non-existent.
“I’m blocked from with one of the dads, and it was always lawyers, lawyers. And now I refuse to do lawyers lawyers.
“And the other dad, I can’t bear him, but we talk for the kids. “
She added: “But I will say never ever use the kids as a pawn. Even if you hate the other parent, don’t let your kids know and just do what’s best for the kids.
“You want a happy home when they are with you and a happy home when they go to them.
“Always think of the kids, they want their mum and they want their dad. Let your kids see both parents. Never use the kids ever, even if you hate the other half.”