Katie Hopkins: My epilepsy could kill me
Katie Hopkins has told her children she may die from her epilepsy one day in an open letter of advice.
Katie Hopkins has warned her children she could die from epilepsy.
The controversial star previously revealed how she was hospitalised 26 times in 9 months due to her arms dislocating during epileptic fits and she now claims the condition could kill her one day.
In an open letter to her children she confessed that she loves walking them to school because she "gets to hear" what they're thinking.
She added: "I won't always be here to do that.
"We know Mum's doctor says her epilepsy will get her one day. Fruit loops say karma will."
The 'Celebrity Big Brother' runner-up continued to pass on her words of wisdom in a list of eight things for them "to remember" as they "get bigger" in a blog on the Huffington Post's new HuffPo Parents section.
She wrote: "Girls are weird. If girls start to make you feel upset about yourself, find boys to hang out with. Girls think handbags matter. This is one step away from being a Scientologist."
The 40-year-old star - who has daughters Poppy and India with ex-husband Damian McKinney and son Maximilian with husband Mark Cross - went on to offer them advice on marriage.
She said: "One day you might think you want to stay with one person for life.
"Perhaps you will want to wear a big dress to celebrate. Ask yourself, 'Will I look back in five years and think I looked a right t**t?' Mummy should have done this. If you forget all this, that's OK. Mummy made some royal cock-ups but has no regrets and wouldn't change a single thing. Especially not the three of you."