KATIE Price’s house looks as if it’s been given a spruce up in a recent video, after it was slammed by her ex-Kieran Hayler as having “so many things wrong with it”.
In a promo clip for a £3k gold phone case she’s flogging, the reality star’s front room appeared tidy, clean and very much in order.
The 41-year-old is currently promoting the iDesign Gold phone case, which retails from between £2,300 and £3,500.
In the promo the accessory is delivered to Katie’s front door, showing off a mass of scaffolding at the front.
Taking the cameras inside her home to reveal some of the aspects of the case, which include Swarovski crystal detailing, the mum-of-five sits in a very tidy lounge.
Renovations are finally underway at Katie Price's £2million West Sussex mansion, months after she narrowly avoiding bankruptcy.
After buying the sprawling country house back in 2014, it was revealed the property had fallen into a state of disrepair when it was shown on Keith Lemon’s Through the Keyhole.
In a recent interview for New! magazine, Kieran was asked if the place was "as bad" as people say.
The 32-year-old replied: "I just think she’s so busy that she hasn’t had a chance to sort it out yet.
"There are so many things wrong with it. We didn’t know half the stuff that was wrong with it when we moved in.
"And the longer you leave something, the worse it gets. It’s mainly cosmetic stuff, or stuff like the heating.
"Cleaning up behind the animals and horses, things like that. It’s not like the house is falling apart."
With a whopping nine-bedrooms, the three-storey property home also includes a two-bedroom annexe, tennis court and swimming pool.
Over the past year, the former glamour model's abode stood decrepit and unkempt with abandoned facilities and overgrown grounds amid her recent financial woes.
But Katie is now turning things around, with her estranged husband Kieran even helping her to clear the garden recently.
After narrowly avoiding bankruptcy in December last year, a new agreement with her creditors means if she hasn’t paid her bills within four years, her mansion will be forcibly put up for auction to cover the debts.
Files have been sent to Companies House, where firms are registered, revealing the agreement after her company, Jordan Trading, went into liquidation.
They show that she will only have to pay back 41 per cent of what she actually owes — the equivalent of £856,358 — in monthly instalments over the next five years.
The agreement means she can avoid declaring bankruptcy, although the same files show that from February 2018 to last month, she paid just £27.96 to creditors.
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