KATIE Price says she's a "bloody good mum" and she hates it when people credit her exes for their "polite" kids.
The star is the first to admit she's had problems in the past.
But Katie, 42, says when it comes to her kids she knows she has raised them well.
The mum of five, who suffered a breakdown at the beginning of last year, co-parents Junior, 15, and Princess, 13, with first husband Peter Andre, and Bunny, seven, and Jett, six, with ex Kieran Hayler.
And when speaking to The Sun in a brutally honest chat ahead of new BBC documentary Katie Price: Harvey and Me, she declared: "I don't need to justify myself as a mother – I know I'm a bloody good mum.
"I can take my kids anywhere and wherever I've taken my kids, everyone is like, 'I can't believe how polite your kids are they're a pleasure to have', and that is down to me, their parenting and their dads as well.
"The kids love coming to me, I'm completely different, I'm the laid back one.
"They get a bit of both, they get the strict parent and the easy going one where they can stay up later and watch a movie."
Princess and Junior split their time between Katie and her ex Pete who lives with wife Amelia and their children in his Surrey mansion.
Meanwhile, Jett and Bunny lived with Kieran and his fiance Michelle Pentecost when the UK was plunged into the first coronavirus lockown last March.
At the time, Katie praised her exes for being "great dads" and taking their kids in full time when she was forced to isolate alone with vulnerable son Harvey.
Her eldest, whose dad is former footballer Dwight Yorke, is partially blind, autistic, has Prader-Willi syndrome and septo-optic dysplasia.
Katie said: "I regularly FaceTime the kids. I can’t wait to see them and to give them a big hug – this has been really hard.
"Kieran and Peter are great dads – I know the children are in safe hands."
Dwight has never been a part of Harvey's life but Katie hopes he sees her new BBC documentary Katie Price: Harvey and and gets in touch.
Katie Price: Harvey and Me, airs Monday night at 8.30pm on BBC One.
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