Katie Price to launch her new perfume, Kissable, in Goodmayes
PUBLISHED: 13:00 08 July 2013
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Katie Price started off her career as a glamour model before going on to become a businesswoman in her own right-but she wouldn’t change it for the world.
“I don’t regret anything that I have done, she said.
“Everything that has happened has made me the person I am today, I wouldn’t be where I am without that.”
But the mother of three, who is expecting her fourth child, admits that the glamour industry is very different now, to how it was when she started out.
She said: “Everyone says the same thing, it has changed so much.
“I can’t even name you the top five glamour models at the moment.
She added: “There is more to it than getting your kit off.
“You have to have a brain and personality, it is not just about looking good.”
She puts her success down to “definitely having a personality and having your head screwed on.”
But you can judge her for yourself when she heads into the Tesco supermarket in High Road, Goodmayes on Friday July 12 at 11am to launch her new perfume.
Called Kissable, the perfume is the fourth to come from Katie and she admits that it is the only way she still wears.
“I have had this one since last year and I really like it.
“I have been selfish with this perfume because it is one that I would wear.”
The perfume is due to be launched on July 6 just in time for National Kissing Day.
Even the bottle, represents something about Katie.
The perfume is presented in an eye catching red bottle with a unique lip shaped lip loss charm and sold in a box covered with kiss prints.
The fragrance is made from red grape, orange blossom, mandarin and plum.
Apart from the perfume, Katie says that she has lots more planned for the rest of the year.
“There is lots more still to come.
“I have got my make up stuff, book, I have got my eye lashes and hair extensions still to come.”
She is definitely not showing any signs of slowing down.
“Age is just a number, so I am just going to keep going, she said.
“Everyone knows when time is up.”
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