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In an exclusive blog for HuffPost Parents, the former ‘Celebrity Big Brother’ star tells her 10-year-old son Maximillian and daughters India, 9, and six-year-old Poppy that she won’t ‘always be here’ to look after them.
In the letter, the rent-a-gob lists eight pieces of advice she wants her children to follow as they grow up, in her own unique style.
This ranges from telling her offspring to avoid to girls (‘they’re weird’) and to always smile at your enemies (‘ill-will makes you stronger’).
Katie has even come up with her own version of the Green Cross Code, telling her brood: “Never trust a zebra crossing. Just because they are named after a friendly animal, doesn’t mean drivers accord them the same respect. The one near your school is lethal. Think Guardian, Daily Mail and the Independent. Left. Right. And no one even cares.”
In the letter, Katie also tells all three of her children that they may end up kissing ‘boys, girls or both’, but if they want to get hitched they should ask themselves if they will look back in five years and ‘look a right twat’ in their wedding dress’.
Katie signs off by saying she has no regrets about her 'royal cock-ups well documented on Google’.
The former 'Apprentice' star first opened up about her epilepsy earlier this year, revealing she had been hospitalised 26 times in the last nine months.
In an interview with The Guardian, she said: "When I have a fit at night, my arms come out. They dislocate. So I have to go into hospital to have them relocated.
"That's happened 26 times in the last nine months. So we all have crap to deal with in our lives. I'm hard with myself. Get on with it. Move on. Get your arms put back in."
Does Katie's open letter mean we’re about to see a softer, more caring side to her? Read the full blog and let us know what you think by leaving a comment below...