Katie Price was crushed under her wardrobe as she made her YouTube debut on Friday (24.03.17).
Katie Price found herself crushed under her wardrobe as she made her YouTube debut on Friday (24.03.17).
The 38-year-old star uploaded her first post to her official account on the video sharing site where she ended up becoming trapped under a clothing rail.
Katie appeared to be sorting out items on the rail when it fell over and on top of her and her cat, who she managed to push out the way.
The video also featured clips of her eldest children - Harvey, 14, Junior, 11, and Princess, nine - and her husband Kieran Hayler getting up to various family things in the Price household.
Speaking in the video, she said: ''So guys, finally it's here. My YouTube channel. You'll see lots of things you didn't know about me.
''And you'll see lots of things around the house, the animals, kids, husband, my wardrobe, my shoe collection and my make-up! Anything and everything you can think of.''
Meanwhile, Katie is currently on holiday with Kieran in the Maldives, where the pair are hoping for the ''honeymoon of her dreams''.
A source said: ''Katie is finally getting the honeymoon of her dreams after her first one with Kieran ended in upset. She's flying to the Maldives with Kieran but they won't be alone as Katie's film crew will be following their every move.
''Kieran is already fed up over filming for Katie's reality TV show so tensions between the pair have been running high.
''Even his 30th birthday was all about Katie; she threw him a surprise party but the cameras were there ready to film his reaction. They're hoping this break will be a stress-free holiday - when they cameras aren't rolling.''
And letting the cameras in will be good practice ahead of filming for Katie's new reality TV show, 'My Crazy Life'.
She said: ''I'm so excited to be the first commissioned show on Quest Red. Putting my pony club together last year was such a fun return to reality TV - I loved it. Now I can't wait to show everyone what goes on in the Pricey household. We've got over 100 animals and five children so expect lots of noise, mayhem and plenty of drama!''