Katie Price has 'no regrets' about her body

  • Bang Showbiz
  • 1 May 2017
Loose Women ladies pose for the camera

Loose Women ladies pose for the camera

Katie Price has learnt to "embrace" her figure and has "no regrets" about the changes she has made to her body

Katie Price doesn't "regret" any of her body changes.

The 38-year-old former glamour model might be partial to cosmetic surgery having had eight boob jobs and various other procedures, but she has learnt to "embrace" her figure and the scars she carries after having her five children; 14-year-old Harvey with ex Dwight Yorke, Junior, 11, and Princess, nine, from her marriage to Peter Andre and three-year-old Jett and two-year-old Bunny with husband Kieran Hayler.

The buxom blonde admitted: "I have produced five babies so I can't knock my body - it's a proper machine. There's no body the same - I've got scars, they're good memories. We're all imperfect, all bodies tell a story. I don't regret any of it. Everyone should embrace who they are. At the end of the day you should be loved for who you are."

Katie bared her body for a photoshoot with her fellow 'Loose Women' panellists, Coleen Nolan, Janet Street-Porter, Jane Moore Stacey Solomon, Linda Robson, Nadia Sawalha and Andrea McLean for 'Loose Women Body Stories', which airs from Tuesday (02.05.17) from 12.30pm on ITV1.

For the shoot, they were photographed by music legend Bryan Adams.

Nadia said she felt "panic stricken" posing in front of the 57-year-old rocker.

However, she felt "liberated" showing off her "battle scars".

She said: "I have wasted more time than I can to think of over my body issues. I've always hated being naked. I felt quite panic stricken at the thought of getting my body out in front of myself never mind a rock god! Stepping into the studio in my bra and pants was beyond cringe. There I was stretch marks, cellulite and all the battle scars of life for all to see with the knowledge that there would be zero airbrushing.

"And to be honest that's why I wanted to do the shoot. I wanted to practice what I preach to my daughters. What the hell does it matter what we look like as long as we are smart, brave and kind?

"I'm praying that after this I will feel liberated and no longer be living in my secret cellulite hell!"

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