Pregnant Katie Price Celebrates 36th Birthday Without Kieran Hayler

Pregnant Katie Price Tweeted a link to a poem about lies, enemies and heartbreak in the lead up to her birthday.

The mum-of-four turns 36 today (Thursday, May 22), following an emotional couple of weeks in which she discovered her husband, Kieran Hayler, had been having an affair with her best friend Jane Poutney, as well as learning she is expecting a baby girl and defending herself against criticism for having children with three different men.

Katie is mum to Harvey, 12, her son with former boyfriend Dwight Yorke, son Junior, eight, and daughter Princess, six, her children with ex-husband Peter Andre, and nine-month-old Jett, her first child with husband Kieran.

Just before her birthday, Katie took to Twitter for the first time since she revealed Kieran's affair.

She shared a link to a poem with the caption 'My feelings today.'

It read:

HATE has 4 letters, but so does LOVE.

ENEMIES has 7 letters, but so does FRIENDS.

LYING has 5 letters, but so does TRUTH.

HURT has 4 letters, but so does HEAL.

Transform every negative energy into an aura of positivity.

It's our perception that makes the difference in the way we feel.

Katie appears to be battling with her conflicting emotions, as she plans to divorce Kieran, but still wants him to attend the birth of their second child.

According to The Sun, Katie had been planning to celebrate her birthday with a 'pink and bling' themed party, which was being organised by Kieran and Jane. But she understandably called off the bash after the pair's affair came to light.

Kieran, a self-described 'male entertainer and model', reached out to his estranged wife on Twitter in the wake of the emotional poem.

'Happy birthday to my beautiful wife... I love you with all my heart forever and always' he wrote in a tweet directed at Katie.

Moments later, he added: 'I will repair your heart and I am looking for the light at the end of the tunnel for our fairy tale ending! Believe in me xx'.

Katie has yet to respond publicly to the pleading messages.