Katie Price denies she's engaged to Kris Boyson and says he makes her feel 's**t'

KATIE Price denies she's engaged to Kris Boyson – and instead reveals he "makes her feel s**t".

Katie sparked wedding rumours after sharing a snap of a huge diamond ring on her finger from the couples' recent holiday in Thailand.

Fans queried if Kris was about to become Katie's husband number four.

But despite their loved up display on social media, Katie's reps deny they are engaged.

And the 40-year-old even goes as far as to say that her boyfriend is making her "feel more s*** than ever".

In tonight's episode of Katie Price: My Crazy Life, personal trainer Kris, 30, makes the mum-of-five eat her courgetti dinner in just her underwear as a weight-loss method.

During the dinner, Kris goads Katie about being jealous of his younger exes.

She denies this is the case, telling him: "Why don't you go with a younger one then?

"You've told me why – it's because I've got a good personality, I'm unique. I'm the best looking person you've been with."

At that point, Kris cuts her off and retorts: "I didn't say that [last] one. Ha, that's a statement and a half."


Taking to the camera afterwards, an upset Katie tells how her boyfriend is making her "feel more s*** than ever."

“It’s hardly surprising that I haven’t got any confidence at the moment, when all Kieran did was cheat on me constantly for years,” she says.

“Kris is supposed to be making me feel better about myself, but do you know what? He’s not doing a very good job.

"In fact, he's failing miserably because I feel more s*** than ever."


She adds: "The men in my life constantly put me down.”

Kris has been slammed for bodyshaming Katie and calling her "fat".

He has also banned her from eating her usual breakfast of marshmallow spread on toast so she "won't need another facelift."

Katie Price: My Crazy Life airs Mondays at 10pm exclusively on Quest Red and on the QuestOD app


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