Katie Price ejects Andre from home
Katie Price has ordered her estranged husband Peter Andre's belongings to be thrown out of their English home ahead of their respective returns to the UK today (20.05.09)
Katie Price has ordered Peter Andre's belongings to be thrown out of their home.
The British glamour model has told housekeepers to remove all of her estranged husband's possessions from their £2.5 million house in Surrey, Southern England, ahead of her return today (20.05.09).
A source told Britain's The Sun newspaper: "Katie's still very hurt after Pete dumped her and wants to get him back. She phoned up and was screaming down the phone at staff to get rid of all his stuff.
"They were asking what she wanted out and she was screaming, 'Everything, everything!' None of them wanted to do it to Pete, because he's been kind. But Katie didn't really leave them much choice."
Katie - known as Jordan - made the angry phone call from the Maldives, where she fled to hours after news of the couple's split broke last week.
Peter has also been out of the UK, choosing to spend time in Cyprus with his family in the wake of the separation.
Upon his return today, the 36-year-old singer will find his belongings - which include designer clothes, precious family photos, jewellery, gym equipment and the first copies of some of his CDs - gone.
The source added: "Peter is in for a bit of a shock. Everything he owns has been taken from the home and put into storage."
The couple are set to meet back in England tomorrow (21.05.09) to discuss arrangements for the children they raise together - son Junior, three, 23-month old daughter Princess Tiaamii and Katie's son Harvey, six, from a previous relationship.
Meanwhile, Katie has insisted she will not cry for Peter anymore and is already planning to move on, just nine days after they separated.
The 30-year-old beauty said: "No other guy has made me cry as much as Pete. But I'm not going to shed another tear over him. I don't want us to split up. I love my husband but I can't sit around crying. This is a new story and new chapter in my life."