Katie Price wants to be 'supermum'

Katie Price won't put pressure on herself to lose weight and says her priority is caring for her five children.
Katie Price won't put pressure on herself to lose weight and says her priority is caring for her five children.

KATIE Price's priority is to be a "supermum, not a superwoman".

The 36-year-old former glamour model welcomed her fifth child, a girl whose name she hasn't yet disclosed, into the world two weeks ago, and rather than worrying about getting back in shape is focussed on caring for the baby, her 12-month-old son Jett - both of whom she has with husband Kieran Hayler, older daughter Princess, seven, and other sons Junior, nine, and Harvey, 12, who are all from previous relationships.

She said: "My body's had to grow two babies in just under a year and, like all my children when newborn, they're my priority, not my body.

"I want to be a supermum, not a superwoman being put under pressure to get into shape in record time to please... well, who? I've got my own post-baby weight-loss goals, as and when I'm ready

"Admittedly, I'm luckier than most, but it doesn't mean I don't have to work at it. I'll eat a balanced diet and when my body allows - and when I'm ready - I'll do some exercise."

Katie - who recently reconciled with her husband after he was found to have cheated on her with two friends - said that trained nutritionist Kieran will help her to get back in shape.

She added in her column for Now magazine: "He'll help me with my healthy eating and make sure I get my proteins, carbs and fats all balanced, along with gentle exercise routines at first. I want to feel good and healthy for myself."

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