Katie Price nearly throws up during Scotland trip after awkward sausage gaffe
A QUEASY Katie Price said she was "going to be sick" after watching a pal eat a traditional Scottish snack.
The glamour model is visiting beauty salons north of the border to give “makeup masterclasses” in Falkirk, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Dunfermline.
However, when presented with a square sausage the reality star thought the breakfast treat was a slice of haggis.
Fighting back nausea, she said: "That's all sheep and sh**. I couldn't eat that, oh I couldn't because I know it's all intestines and that, isn't it?"
And the 43-year-old makeup artist wasn't brave enough to try it for herself.
It was her close friend Ryan Mira who took a bite of the breakfast treat instead.
Ryan stood in front of the camera ready to devour what he though was a slice of haggis.
He said: "This is haggis".
But before he could put the delicacy in his mouth Katie and others off camera screamed: "No, that's haggis" pointing at the cooked slice in the brekkie roll.
In an insult to the Scottish favourite, he finally concluded: "It tastes like black pudding."
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We recently told you about how Katie Price was blasted for not wearing a seatbelt during a roadtrip across Scotland.
a number of social media videos – shared with followers just moments after she jetted in – reveal her involvement in a number of minor road offences.
They include Katie and her friends not being strapped in, while the car’s driver appears to be filming during transit.
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It comes just days after Price’s furious ex Kieran Hayler hit out at her after she shared a “dangerous” video of son Jett not wearing a seatbelt.
Katie, posted a video of the eight-year-old in the back of a moving car while he recorded a TikTok.
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