Pregnant star Katie Price intends to bring out her own range of baby and maternity clothing but healthy and safety regulations are limiting her creativity.
Katie Price will ''definitely'' release a baby and maternity clothing range.
The pregnant star - who has three children, Harvey, 10, Junior, seven, and five-year-old Princess Tiaamii from past relationships - wanted to bring out a ''blinged up'' fashion for little ones with crystals, but her plans have hit a stumbling block due to health and safety regulations.
Speaking at the launch of her new range of KP Equestrian lightweight show jumps and competition jackets in London on Wednesday (26.03.13), for which she dressed as a pink fluffy horse, she told BANG Showbiz: ''I'm definitely going to bring out baby stuff in the future. It would be great to have a baby range and maternity stuff - why not? But the thing is, I've looked into it before and I would want to have it really bling. We've tried to bling stuff up but there is a law over here.''
A member of Katie's team added: ''The safety regulations limit Kate's creativity because you can't really put anything on it that cannot come off easily in case children swallow the items. It's got to have staying power.''
Despite the regulations, the brunette beauty revealed she used to jazz up Princess' baby products and she wanted to adapt those ideas to a whole range of products.
The 34-year-old star - who is expecting her fourth child with new husband Kieran Hayler - added: ''When I had Princess I used to crystallise all her bottles. I'd love to do that but there's no way health and safety will allow that.''