Katie Price Credits Jeremy Kyle With Saving Her Marriage To Kieran Hayler, During 'Loose Women' Appearance


Just like many of the guests on ‘The Jeremy Kyle Show’, Katie Price has had her fair share of heartbreak, so it should come as little surprise that she turned to the chat show host to help save her marriage to Kieran Hayler.


Katie has revealed that Jeremy is the reason she and her husband are still together, following his affair with two of her friends.

She was distraught when she discovered the news in 2014, and had initially planned to split with Kieran, who she married in January 2013, after a whirlwind romance.

Katie Price with Jeremy Kyle on 'Loose Women'

However, she later vowed to stand by her man, and now Katie has told on ‘Loose Women’ how Jeremy helped to reconcile.

"I got a lie detector test from the Jeremy Kyle show and that's how I found out Kieron cheated on me," Katie told her fellow panellists Ruth Langsford, Linda Robson and Gloria Hunniford, as Jeremy joined them on the show.

"But Jeremy when you watch people on your show and they're like 'Oh my god that doesn't work', that's such rubbish because it so does work.

"You really did save my marriage," she told him.

Katie with husband Kieron Hayler

Flattered by her comments, Jeremy said: "Thank you very much. Katie Price everyone, give her a round of applause."

Katie was initially distraught when she discovered that he had been unfaithful, tweeting at the time that she intended to split with Kieran, who she married in January 2013, for good, though she later changed her mind, following the birth of their daughter, Bunny.

The 'CBB' winner joined the ‘Loose Women’ panel on a permanent basis earlier this month, after appearing as a guest panellist several times previously.

I’m A Celebrity’ star Vicky Pattison also proved to be a massive hit with viewers when she made an appearance on the panel last week, with fans calling for her to also be made a full-time addition.

‘Loose Women’ airs weekdays at 12.30pm on ITV.

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