Katie Price pictured in 2014
|Born||Katrina Amy Alexandra Alexis Infield
22 May 1978
Brighton, England, United Kingdom
|Other names||Jordan (pseudonym)
Katie Andre (married name)
Katie Reid (married name)
Katie Hayler (married name)
|Occupation||Businesswoman, singer, television personality, novelist, glamour model|
|Net worth|| Â£40 million
(US$66.76 million) (est.)
|Height||5 ft 5 in (1.65 m)|
|Spouse(s)||Peter Andre (m. 2005â€“09)
Alex Reid (m. 2010â€“11)
Kieran Hayler (m. 2013)
All I've ever really done is page 3 in The Sun, and not every man reads that.
The most fascinating person I have met so far is indeed Mr. Hugh Hefner. An incredible man!
If you want to stay in the business then you've got to be a bit shrewd, haven't you?
Men seem to think that page 3 girls are only interested in money. Money doesn't impress me at all. Not in the slightest.
I've had Botox and all that – why not? There's no cream that gets rid of wrinkles; that's a load of rubbish in my eyes. But Botox does.
People are people. All that celebrity tagging doesn't bother me at all.
You do get some weirdos, but if there are any nice people out there who want to write to me pleasantly, then they'll get a pleasant reply back!
I stick to my own type when I go out, and I don't make friends with people just because they're celebrities.
I'm not into one-night stands. I've only slept with three guys in my life and they all involve relationships.
I'm so loud, as if I know what I'm on about, but deep inside, I'm so insecure. Just a little girl.
My middle name should be 'Drama,' but I love it. I think everyone should have some kind of stress in their life; otherwise, it's boring isn't it?
My main dream – and I'm trying to get 'Living TV' to do it – is to go into prison and interview serial killers, rapists, murderers, psychopaths.
When I was growing up, I said I wanted to be a model, but people said I had no chance and when I realized my ambition, people in the business still continued to state negative stuff.
I never ask anyone for anything. I've just not been brought up like that.
I have loads of underwear, but only wear the bras because I never wear knickers.
Hopefully I'll be successful with the singing, but there are so many other things I want to do, like acting. I'll do them one at a time first!
I enjoy horse riding, spending time with my dog 'Smurf,' and basically having a really good laugh partying and having fun!
I used to flirt with girls just to get the guys circling around us. I'm getting out of it now. I have to look after my reputation.
As a child, I've always been in trouble with men and the police have always had to get involved, through no fault of my own.
I like to spend time with my family. The majority of my time is spent in London, but I do like to escape and spend time with them in my hometown of Brighton on the south coast.
The people who ask me for my autograph are the people who've put me here today, and you can't afford to forget that.
When I was 17 I sent a picture up to an agency, and within a week I was in The Sun five days in a row.
The men I find myself attracted to are the ones who don't say anything and are quite shy.
I really hate sitcoms on television with canned laughter and stuff. What really makes me laugh is the real-life stuff. I've got a dry sense of humor.
I do like my hair being pulled from time to time, it's like a pair of reins, innit?
I don't mind anyone asking me any questions, I've got nothing to hide. I like it to be as real as it is; that's what I call an interview. I'm not someone who's like 'Right, you can't ask this, that, this, that, this, that.' It's got to be a real interview. I've literally got nothing to hide.
I like my old nose. If I could get it out the cupboard and put it on, then I would.
Unfortunately with the media, the red tops, and all the celebrity weekly magazines, the ones who were once loyal – well, when I say loyal, this is a game; this is a game that we're in. If it's your time to get picked on, then you get picked on, and, you know, I'm used to that.
I don't mind anyone asking me any questions, I've got nothing to hide. I like it to be as real as it is, that's what I call an interview.
Just because you have kids doesn't mean to say you need time off. I have a lot of time off anyway. If I'm promoting my book, like, for the next two weeks, I'm flat out. But then I'm off again. And when you've got the next product, it's the same; you just condense it into a couple of weeks.
I hate going out in Brighton now. It's different in London. People respect you more there.
The only ones I trust really are my Mum and Dad and those who are closest to me.
I like protective men, the type who'll put an arm around me so I can be smothered.
I don't care what anyone says. It's my life, and I can do what I like.