Katie Price posts soppy message in support of Kieran Hayler. And Marmite.

The Pricey gets political

You know what we really love? Actually, there are loads of things but what we're thinking of this time is Marmite.

So we were as alarmed as anyone when Tesco pulled it from the shelves, blaming (in a nutshell) Brexit. Why didn't the stay campaign put 'a vote to leave means a life without Marmite' on the side of their bus?


And now Katie Price has waded into this hot political topic via the medium of Instagram and medium sliced bread.

"omg I better make the most of what I have left," Katie posted, alongside a crying emoji and a picture of a reduced price loaf.

And not only has KP been sharing her emotions about Marmite, she's also been gushing about Kieran Hayler.

"Hubby," she wrote. Next to a… quote? Sentence? Some words saying: "Love is accepting people for who they are. No matter what."

Which presumably means accepting people for having a full blown sexual affair for seven months with your best pal.

But not accepting your pal and instead wishing them a horrible death in a car crash.

UNLESS the message is directed at Kieran, telling him to accept Katie for whoever she is: someone who can go for a spray tan with Scotty T.

She hasn't @'d him though.

In related news: Katie is planning to get married for an EIGHTH time. Apparently, Katie is so determined not to let another marriage fail that she's planning yet another wedding to Kieran - making it the eighth time she'll have walked down the aisle.

"Katie's determined to make it work with Kieran, and she's prepared to do anything," says heat's insider.

"She's begging Kieran to stay and is telling everyone they're having another vow renewal in January, which will be the fourth time they've got married. She thinks it'll prove how strong they are and that they've put the past behind them."

The couple will celebrate their four-year anniversary on January 16 2017 - and if they make it to that point, it will have outlasted Katie's relationship with Peter Andre.

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