Veronica Calder: I think you might want to hurt me.
Katie Price: We don’t win in the end, So I’m saying good-bye Charlie. Good-bye.
Morgan: He’s a big boy, I’m sure he can handle it. Katie Price: I can’t handle it. Okay? He’s gonna get hurt and I’m not gonna be the one who hurts him. So please, can you just delete them?
Morgan: He’s asking if he can come over and talk to you. Katie Price: Don’t, Please just delete them. Morgan: Katie. Katie Price: Look, If I read them then I’m gonna reply, then he’s gonna reply and then we’re gonna meet up. Which we can’t.
Look when you tell someone you’re sick, then you start to become more like a disease and less like a person
Katie Price: Look when you tell someone you’re sick, then you start to become more like a disease and less like a person.
This is what Taylor Swift does, She has awkward interactions with boys, and then she just writes amazing songs about it
Morgan: So, you’ve just gotta make up for it next time. Katie Price: There’s not gonna be a next time. Morgan: You don’t know that. Katie Price: I do. Morgan: Thi is good. This is what Taylor Swift does, She has awkward interactions with boys, and then she just writes amazing songs about it.
Morgan: A cat funeral? [Katie groans] Katie Price: Please stop saying it out loud. Morgan [laughs]: No, I mean, I’ve heard that dead pets can actually be an aphrodisiac.
Katie Price: It was me, Morgan and my dad, until one day I saw Charlie. And that was it. I was completely, totally, utterly hooked. I saw him every day, And yet he had no idea I even existed.
Katie price: I’m really busy during the day, but I could be free at night.