Katie Price had no pregnancy signs

Katie Price.
Katie Price.

KATIE Price's pregnancy is very different to her previous ones.

The 35-year-old former glamour model has just discovered she will give birth to her fifth child in three months time and says the news came as a shock because she hasn't experienced any of the symptoms she had when carrying her other four children, Harvey, 11, Junior, eight, Princess, six, and Jett, eight months.

She said: "I had no idea I was even pregnant. I always laughed when people said that they never realised they were pregnant. I've had four kids and it happened to me.

"I usually put on loads of weight and you can only just see my bump now. I've had no cravings and I'm not eating ice cubes like I have with all the others.

"I don't even feel pregnant. But I really want to start to show my bump off. It's going to be gone soon, so I want to make the most of this bump."

Katie - who knows the sex of her new baby - insists all her family are excited about her shock pregnancy, but she still thinks it is "crazy".

She told Now magazine: "We've gone through such swings of emotions so it feels now we can all start really getting excited. This baby is going to be in the same school year as Jett because they'll be less than 12 months between them. It's completely crazy."

And though the six months pregnant star wasn't expecting to have another baby so soon, she still wants more children in the future.

Asked if baby number five will be the last, she replied: "No way. I want more kids. I'm going to start again when I'm 40 but I think I need to give myself a rest before I get going again."

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