Katie Price is training to be a life coach after her ‘ups and downs’ left her wanting to help others


Katie Price has announced a big career change as a life coach as her ‘ups and downs’ over the years have left her wanting to help others.

The TV personality, 44, has recently added to her fortune by joining explicit subscription site OnlyFans and has also had her own Channel 4 documentary.

But now it seems Katie is looking outward to be able to lend a hand to those seeking wisdom from people with plenty of life experience.

Starting afresh: Katie Price has announced a big career change as a life coach as her ‘ups and downs’ over the years have left her wanting to help others

Revealing the news on her Instagram page, Katie said to her 2.6million followers on Saturday: ‘Hi everyone, so we all know I’ve had my ups and I’ve had my downs – now I want to start helping people.

‘Now I’m going to start my life coaching training with The Coaching Masters, it’s so easy to do.

‘You get all your certifications and all of that, and it’s like a membership that you do each month for £9.99, it’s amazing.

‘You don’t have to be qualified, you don’t have to have knowledge of this and that, they literally teach you everything to become a life coach like I am gonna become.

New year, new me: The TV personality, 44, has recently added to her fortune by joining explicit subscription site OnlyFans - but Katie is now looking outward to be able to lend a hand to those seeking wisdom from people with plenty of life experience

New year, new me: The TV personality, 44, has recently added to her fortune by joining explicit subscription site OnlyFans – but Katie is now looking outward to be able to lend a hand to those seeking wisdom from people with plenty of life experience

Helping others: Revealing the news on her Instagram page, Katie said to her 2.6million followers on Saturday: 'Hi everyone, so we all know I've had my ups and I've had my downs - now I want to start helping people'

Work time: The former I'm A Celebrity contestant sat in her comfy loungewear as she sat on the sofa with a laptop at the ready to begin studying

Helping others: Revealing the news on her Instagram page, Katie said to her 2.6million followers on Saturday: ‘Hi everyone, so we all know I’ve had my ups and I’ve had my downs – now I want to start helping people’

‘It’s an amazing opportunity for everyone out there who have been through their ups and downs to now help other people. I’m really excited to do it.

‘I’m so happy I’ve come aboard and who knows, I could be coaching you!’ 

The former I’m A Celebrity contestant sat in her comfy loungewear as she sat on the sofa with a laptop at the ready to begin studying.

After going through several engagements, three marriages, three subsequent divorces, giving birth to five children and plenty of public scandals over the years, Katie will definitely have lots of sage advice learned from her experiences.

Life experience: After going through several engagements, three marriages, three subsequent divorces, giving birth to five children and plenty of public scandals over the years, Katie will definitely have lots of sage advice learned from her experiences

Life experience: After going through several engagements, three marriages, three subsequent divorces, giving birth to five children and plenty of public scandals over the years, Katie will definitely have lots of sage advice learned from her experiences

Described as the world’s ‘number one’ coaching community, The Coaching Masters have said their course will ‘unlock the potential in you’ and ‘provide you powerful tools to help others’.

It comes after Katie slammed Channel 5 for airing a documentary about her ‘rise and fall’, following a year in which she narrowly-avoided jail for drink-driving, split with her fiancé Carl Woods and had her 16th boob job.

The former glamour model, 44, claimed she’d had ‘nothing to do’ with the programme, titled Shameless: The Rise And Fall Of Katie Price, which featured interviews with so-called ‘friends’ and was shown on Friday night.

Speaking out: Katie Price has slammed Channel 5 for airing a documentary about her 'rise and fall', following a year she narrowly-avoided jail for drink-driving among other controversies

Speaking out: Katie Price has slammed Channel 5 for airing a documentary about her ‘rise and fall’, following a year she narrowly-avoided jail for drink-driving among other controversies

Taking to Instagram, she shared a video as she watched the show alongside her disabled son Harvey, 20, and insisted she is only ‘on her way up’.

Katie said in the clip: ‘Hey everyone, apparently there is a documentary on me tonight, I think it’s just started, called Shameless: The Rise And Fall of me. I just wanted you to know that I’ve had nothing to do with it.

‘The people involved who were supposed to be my friends, aren’t my friends and don’t know anything about me either.

‘I suppose they’re going to get old interviews, archives of things, copy, paste, put things together but I just want you to know that a lot of us go up and then we go down and I am on my way up. I’m not falling at all and I’m in a really good place.’

Oh dear: The former glamour model, 44, claimed she'd had 'nothing to do' with the programme, titled Shameless: The Rise And Fall Of Katie Price

Oh dear: The former glamour model, 44, claimed she’d had ‘nothing to do’ with the programme, titled Shameless: The Rise And Fall Of Katie Price

She concluded by asking Harvey ‘What do you wanna say to everyone that’s horrible about mum?’ to which he replied, ‘Stop being a c**t.’

The TV personality added in a caption: ‘The funny thing is I’m happier than ever, my kids are happy and I have great friends and family around me. I certainly am not falling. This is a reminder to be kind.

‘I think the media forget I have created an amazing life for my family from the age of 17 which I bet many others haven’t had.

Good for her: Taking to Instagram, she shared a video as she watched the show alongside her disabled son Harvey, 20, and insisted she is only 'on her way up'

Good for her: Taking to Instagram, she shared a video as she watched the show alongside her disabled son Harvey, 20, and insisted she is only ‘on her way up’

‘I have travelled the world, worked hard and just because I am in the public eye I am used to make TV like this which I am nothing to do with.

‘Therapy is the best thing I can recommend to anyone who is struggling. I admit I have had my ups and downs, relationship problems etc. but I am still here, strong and ready for 2023.’

She proceeded to pout for the camera against Bros’ When Will I Be Famous? and writing in another caption: ‘All I can do is thank my loyal fans.’ 

Uh-oh: She claimed the programme, which was shown on Friday night, featured interviews with so-called 'friends'

Uh-oh: She claimed the programme, which was shown on Friday night, featured interviews with so-called ‘friends’

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