Free to love again: Katie Price splits with third husband

Katie Price has released an official statement on her website admitting she is
Katie Price has released an official statement on her website admitting she is "appalled" by her husband's alleged affair and doesn't regret announcing she is divorcing him on Twitter. Bang Showbiz

KATIE Price is "appalled" her husband Kieran Hayler has allegedly had an affair with her best friend.

The former glamour model, who is pregnant with her fifth child, has defended her decision to announce the end of her third marriage on her Twitter account today (07.05.14) and claims the tweets were "a sign of" her broken heart.

She wrote on her official website tonight: "I appreciate most people will have seen my tweets on the subject of my marriage to Kieran.

"I make no apologies for them though it will be appreciated that, sending them immediately after Kieran confirmed to me what he had been doing for the last 7 months, those tweets were a sign of my heart breaking.

"That he was doing it with a close friend of nearly 20 years is hard to understand.

"This statement however is from my head, not my heart. I am appalled that someone I loved, trusted and believed in has behaved in this way. If he had so little respect for our relationship I would have hoped he would have thought about our child or the one that we have on the way. That he did not means he will no longer be part of my life. I will do all I can to ensure he maintains a relationship with his children should he want that."

Katie, 35 - who has children Harvey, 11, Junior, eight, and Princess, six, from previous relationships, as well as eight-month-old Jett with Kieran - branded the builder "disgusting" after finding out about his alleged affair.

The reality TV star - who has only just discovered she is six months pregnant - married Kieran in January 2013, just a few months after they started dating.

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