Katie Price fumes over baby speculation after that 'pregnancy' photo
Katie Price has confessed she was left hurt by speculation she was pregnant again after she posted a photo online of herself holding her stomach.
The mum-of-five and fiance Carl Woods have been trying for a baby, with the former glamour model undergoing IVF treatment.
In March she shared a snap on Instagram of herself relaxing in the passenger seat of a car and smiling at the camera, with one hand resting on her stomach.
She captioned her post: ‘Happy and healthy ❤️❤️❤️❤️ it’s the best feeling ever’, then her boyfriend, Katie added: ‘I thank @carljwoods for being part of me x.’
This sparked rumours the couple were expecting a little bundle of joy and fans flooded her comments with messages of congratulations.
But in reality the couple were struggling to conceive which made the 42-year-old ‘disheartened’.
‘That was so annoying as everyone was speculating I was pregnant but I wasn’t. I wished I was!’ she told The Sun.
‘I have put on loads of weight as I’m trying to eat really healthily – so I just felt like saying: “F**k off!”‘
The My Crazy Life star revealed she is having IVF treatment so her terminally ill mum Amy can be around to meet her new grandchild.
She already mum to five kids; teenage son Harvey,18, son Junior, 15, and daughter Princess, 13, she shares with ex-husband Peter Andre and son Jett, seven, and daughter Bunny, six, from her previous marriage to Kieran Hayler.
Katie and Carl are set to wed after around 10 months of dating, and the Loose Women star said she always knew he was going to pop the question.
Katie told OK! magazine: ‘It’s refreshing to be with a man that if I decided I never wanted to work again, he’d look after me. I just love him.’
She added: ‘We’d spoken about it a lot, so I knew he was going to, I just didn’t know when. It was amazing. Carl asked my mum and dad for permission – and Junior!’
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