Katie Price has confessed that after discovering her third husband had been having an affair with her best friend, she won't be getting married again in the future if their relationship comes to an end.
Katie Price insists she's going to have ''no more marriages''.
The 36-year-old star's marriage to third husband Kieran Hayler, is currently on the rocks following revelations he cheated on her, and so the former glamour model - who was wed to Peter Andre for four years until 2009 and Alex Reid for just under a year until January 2011 - doesn't think she'll tie the knot for a fourth time if her current union ends.
Katie said: ''They say if you're a bridesmaid more than five times you'll never be a bride.
''I've been a bridesmaid seven times. I tried being a bride, but look what happens. What can I say? I wish my heart didn't rule the way I feel. If it was my head, I'd be a different person.
''But no more marriages. I don't think I'll be allowed to get married again.''
Pregnant Katie - who has sons Harvey, 12, Junior, eight, and daughter Princess, six, from previous relationships, and nine-month-old son Jett with Kieran - revealed on Twitter last month that her spouse had been having a ''full blown sexual affair'' with her best friend Jane Pountney for seven months, but she's now confessed there are more details that are yet to be made public.
She told the Daily Mirror newspaper: ''I've had a s**t month, and I'm still going through it.
''You've only heard bits, but if you heard the whole truth, you'd be like, 'Jesus'.''
Katie slammed Kieran and Jane as a pair of ''lying, cheating, *****'' on social media, but she says she doesn't regret publicly shaming them.
She added: ''I've vented a bit and I'm only doing what anyone else would do. There's lots more I want to say but I have to be grown up about it. It's raw. The word 'friend' is sensitive at the moment. But my life has ups and downs and ups and downs - I'm like a yo-yo.''
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