The 38-year-old star has revealed she hasn't updated her will which states who will inherit what from her estate in the event of her death since she divorced the 'Mysterious Girl' singer in September 2009.
During a panel discussion on 'Loose Women' on Monday (13.02.17) about parents making plans for their kids to be cared for if they were to pass away, Katie admitted her current husband Kieran Hayler and their two kids, Jett, three, and Bunny, two, would not be benefactors from her estate if she died unexpectedly.
The former glamour model - who has Junior, 11, and Princess, nine, with Peter and 14-year-old Harvey with retired soccer player Dwight Yorke - said: ''Talking of wills, Pete would get everything and Junior, Princess and Harvey, I haven't even changed my will thinking about it, and I've been married twice since Pete! I've had a wake up call I'm going to change my will.''
As well as changing her will to reflect her current marital status, Katie - who was also briefly wed to Alex Reid - is going to make plans for her kids' carers if she was no longer around.
She vowed: ''With my very blended family, on a serious note, I'm quite organised with everything we do but when we spoke about this it actually frightened me because I haven't got anything in place.
''Kieran will definitely take on Harvey and my family would be there one hundred per cent, I have no doubts with that. It's actually a serious thing because we do wills and stuff but the kids thing we're going to have to do it because it could happen any day. Junior and Princess would go to Pete, Jett and Bunny would go to Kieran and I know he would have Harvey.''
One thing Katie doesn't have to worry about it is her funeral as she has everything already planned and wants to be buried in a crystal-adorned coffin.
Discussing her funeral, she shared: ''I want a carriage, six or 12 black horses, I'll even sing at it, I'll pre-record it!
''I want a crystal coffin. And here's a little business plan I'm thinking about bringing out crystallised coffins. But people should get organised because there's so much for the family to organise and they're already grieving. Getting your funeral organised is a good thing.''
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