Katie Price begs Loose Women to have her back as she admits: ‘I’m so much better now’ – The Sun

KATIE Price has revealed she would love to be a part of the Loose Women team again after admitting she was "really struggling" during her time on the panel.

Speaking in part three of her Mucky Mansion videos on YouTube, Katie was filmed going through her cupboard – where she came across a memory of being on the ITV show.

As she discovered a black and white framed photo of her and the Loose Women stars in their undies, she exclaimed: "Awww I love this one, I don’t mean to have it in the cupboard.

"It’s just because a lot of things have been done to my house, so things have just been put everywhere. But the Loose Women ladies! Love that!"

Katie continued: "I miss the ladies and it would be my dream to go back on Loose Women.

"I can let a secret out now, that when I did do Loose Women it was in my darkest moments when I was really struggling, and no one knew.

"And now I’m so much better, not like I was, so Loose Women have me back!" the mum-of-five added.

"And do you want to know who took this picture? Bryan Adams. The singer Bryan Adams took this picture. I didn’t know he was a photographer until we did that shoot."

Later on in the clip, Katie gets frank and honest with her fans as she reveals that she previously wasn't able to look through her old belongings because it made her too emotional.

"What I’m saying guys is I’ve just taken you down a little memory lane of stuff that I’ve got in my house, a bit about my past and to let you know that I am back," she explained.

"Because now that I’m in a good place, hence I was in the Priory this year for lots of reasons; men, trauma… well you name it! That I will never, ever, ever, ever, ever commit to a guy again unless I know it’s right.

"I’ve learnt my lesson, I’m not rushing into relationships. I’m definitely not gonna go out with fame hungry people. I’m just sick to death of men hurting me," she added.

"But I’ve come out the other end and I am different person. I haven’t been able to come in this room and go through my stuff as it used to make me feel upset, angry about my past, my choices.

"But now I can easily sit in here, be proud, pat myself on the shoulder and say, ‘this is why you’re still here 25 years later in the industry, because look at what you’ve actually achieved’.

"This is how I’ve made it, I’ve taken the rocky paths, but I’m still here," she finished with.

Katie recently confirmed that she was three months sober following her stay in rehab.

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