Former glamour model Katie Price has been told to "stop blaming other people" for the negative press she receives.
Earlier this week, the 45-year-old headed over to Instagram to share another clip from her podcast The Katie Price Show, where she's seen answering a number of questions read out by her sister Sophie.
In the short video, Sophie asked: "If you got a good article about you, what would your reaction be?"
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Katie replied: "Imagine if things turned and they're like 'Oh my God, Katie Price she's done this law, she's done all these books you know, she's a mother of five, she's never taken anything off anyone.' I'd be like 'What?'"
She then went on to add: "It just doesn't happen."
Captioning the video, she wrote: "What would happen if the press actually wrote a GOOD article about me??
"Answering questions about marriage, press and reality TV on my podcast this week."
But Katie's Instagram followers weren't impressed with her response and shared their thoughts in the comment section under her post while saying she has "herself to blame".
One social media user fumed: "Realistically that's never going to happen and you only have yourself to blame."
Another penned: "Time to stop blaming everyone else on the mistakes you make in life."
While a third echoed: "Always someone else’s fault isn’t it."
But some fans were more understanding and encouraged Katie to "ignore" the negative comments.
One follower chimed: "Love your podcast ignore any haters."
"Honestly don’t believe she deserves the hate she gets. She’s been dealt some rough cards. She is a good mum, yes she has made mistakes! Haven’t we all?? Give the girl a goddamn break!" Another exclaimed.
The news comes after reports claimed that Katie's Channel 4 show, Mucky Mansion has been axed.
The reality show, which focused on the star renovating her enormous home, appeared to be too much of a big job for her as she revealed that she now longs to purchase a smaller property.
Speaking on her podcast, she said: "I’m still thinking of renting it, it’s just too big for me. I’m always up in Essex at the minute.
"[I want to] get something smaller. I don’t know. I just think this house gives me bad luck.
"It’s such a good family home but it is too big for me. It’s more of an excuse for the kids to make a mess."
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