Congrats: Katie Price is welcoming a 6th child through adoption

She is a mum-of-five.

And Katie Price now wants to expand her brood by having a sixth child – although she has revealed that the baby will not be hers biologically.

The 40-year-old opened up about her plans on This Morning to hosts Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby.

She spoke about how adoption had been on her mind for a while but she feels ready now to offer a Nigerian orphan a home.


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The ex-glamour model said, ''I've always said I wanted to adopt a child and don't care if they've got a disability or what age they are. I feel like I can offer a place.''

She explained that she has got talking to a woman at her nail salon who does work with an orphanage in Nigeria.

Katie is mum to 13-year-old Junior and 11-year-old Princess from her marriage to Peter Andre as well as five-year-old Jett and four-year-old Bunny from her marriage to Kieran Hayler.

Katie also cares full-time for her eldest child, 16-year-old Harvey, who has Prader-Willi syndrome.


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She was asked if she would adopt a British baby but she said that it would be too difficult.

She said, ''It's so hard to adopt over here, like so hard. I've looked into it for ages. Hopefully, something will happen. I still want my own kids don't get me wrong and will definitely have more.''

She continued, ''If I can offer another child, I will. There's enough rooms in the house. Good things are happening."

We wish her all the best. as she expands her fam.

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