Katie Price will only share details of drink and drug crash ‘when she feels ready’

Katie insisted that she will only share the story behind the incident when she 'feels ready'
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In her latest YouTube video, Katie shared a behind the scenes glimpse of her recent interview on Good Morning Britain, alongside her 19-year-old on, Harvey.

And while she got all glammed up for the ITV interview, Katie told her YouTube subscribers that she wasn't going to go into too much detail about the crash and her recovery – instead, she was going to focus the chat on her upcoming 2022 projects.

"When I do interviews, I don't like to talk about just one thing. I like to talk about whatever I'm asked about. This is my first interview since Christmas, so there's lots to catch up on," Katie said.

Katie explained how she felt 'ashamed' by what happened
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During the GMB interview, Katie explained how she felt 'ashamed' by what happened as she opened up about the 'traumatic events' that led to her drink-drugs crash last year.

However, after her tell-all chat, GMB was been hit by a wave of complaints from viewers of the ITV show, with 53 people getting in touch with Ofcom to make their feelings known.

During the interview, Katie vowed that 2022 would 'definitely' be her year as she admitted a lot had happened in 2021.

Katie vowed that 2022 would 'definitely' be her year as she admitted a lot had happened in 2021
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Katie insisted: "2022 is definitely my year – 22 is my lucky number. This has to be my year of no dramas. So much has happened last year.

Meanwhile, GMB host Susanna Reid pointed out: "You must be thankful that you're not in jail. You managed to avoid a jail sentence, things could have been very different."

To which Katie replied: "The events leading up to it were very traumatic, I'm not ready to talk about it yet.

Katie also revealed that she's still seeing her therapist once a week
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"There's reasons why I got in that car, my mental state. I feel ashamed about it.

"When I'm ready to talk about it, I'll come on here. I just think that people shouldn't judge."

During the interview, Katie also revealed that she's still seeing her therapist once a week as she does her best to get her life back on track.