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Katie Price’s ex Kieran takes a swipe at her as he says fiancee Michelle ‘doesn’t need filters’


KATIE Price’s ex Kieran Hayler has taken a swipe at her saying fiancée Michelle “doesn’t need filters”.

He made the barbed comment on Instagram while thanking his future wife for supporting him through tough times.


Kieran Hayler took a swipe at Katie Price in his latest photo on Instagram

Sharing a selfie of the couple smiling on a beach, he penned: “No filters needed, just me and my beautiful fiancée!!!

“Oh and the incredible sunset. @michellepenti really doesn’t get the credit she deserves for she has to deal with.

“Myself and my children are truly blessed and lucky. Your an incredible mother and step mother and my absolute rock. I love you ❤️”

His followers commented on his recent troubles with ex wife Katie, who he shares kids Jett and Bunny with.

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One person wrote: “She’s classy 🙌 for everything she puts up with of Katie she does it with class what a lovely lady xx”

Another said: “It is incredibly hard blending a family (I know only too well).

“Keep a strong bond and deal with it together, you got this Michelle xx”

Katie appeared in court earlier this year and was handed community work for breaching a restraining order with an obscene text rant at the couple.

Michelle, 39, took to social media earlier this year and also took a swipe at Katie after she jetted off to Thailand with her fiancé Carl Woods and missed her daughter Princess’ birthday.

Their sunshine break has meant Katie was not able to celebrate her eldest daughter Princess’s 15th birthday with her.

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Clearly unimpressed, Michelle shared a post on Instagram that read: “Kids will always remember who showed up.

“Not who made a Facebook post, or who texted once or twice a year.

“They will remember who bothered to rearrange their schedule, to make inconvenient choices, and who made them a priority.”


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