Katie Price’s daughter Princess, 14, didn’t want to move back to her mother’s mucky mansion

Katie Price’s daughter Princess has admitted she didn’t like her mother’s £2million mucky mansion because there were ‘so many bad memories’ in it.

The 14-year-old appears in her mother’s new Channel 4 series Katie Price’s Mucky Mansion which follows her attempts to renovate the delipidated property.  

The property, which Katie, 43, purchased in 2014, was left in disarray after various mishaps, including fly tipping, floods and a fire while intruders also caused thousands worth of damage to her kitchen. 

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Honest: Katie Price’s daughter Princess has admitted she didn’t like her mother’s £2million mucky mansion because there were ‘so many bad memories’ in it

In the second episode, Katie says: ‘This room is going to be for Princess. I don’t want to make it too girly… Princess didn’t want to stay here.

‘We’ve all got memories of the house so I want to recreate everything and not have everything the same.’ 

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Princess said: ‘I didn’t really like this house at the start. It was a dark house. There were just so many bad memories in it.’

Katie added: ‘There was a lot of heartache, it wasn’t good.’

Princess then admitted: ‘I didn’t even want to walk on the driveway.’

Show: The 14-year-old appears in her mother’s new Channel 4 series Katie Price’s Mucky Mansion which follows her attempts to renovate the delipidated property

Princess said: ‘I didn’t really like this house at the start. It was a dark house. There were just so many bad memories in it’

‘Before my mum’s head was in a bad place but now her heads in a good place, it’s a lot better. I’m excited. I didn’t think we’d come back here to be honest.’

Katie gave fans a glimpse at her newly transformed Sussex home in the first two episodes of the show.

The former glamour model’s new kitchen features white and grey cupboards with a polished wooden floor.

The open plan room also features a living area with a pink sofa with grey throw pillows with all her children’s initials on them. 

There is also a glass table with dark pink chairs and a cream fireplace with brown pannelling.  

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Home: The property, which Katie, 43, purchased in 2014, was left in disarray after various mishaps, including fly tipping, floods and a fire while intruders also caused thousands worth of damage to her kitchen

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Home: The reality star has also added a new living room to the property which features floor-to-ceiling wood pannelled windows along with a red sofa and dark green walls

The reality star has also added a new living room to the property which features floor-to-ceiling wood pannelled windows along with a red sofa and dark green walls. 

In the show, Katie reveals her plans to completely transform her mansion, after a string of personal woes including a stint in The Priory in 2019. 

Along with fixing the damage caused by a break-in at her home, the star is told her house is rife with damp and mould, adding yet more work for her team of builders. 

However, by the end of the opening episode, Katie revealed she’d finished transforming her son Jett’s bedroom, unveiling the jungle-themed room to her children. 

The series, filmed months earlier, came after the star was declared bankrupt, and she is currently in the midst of paying back creditors, with a hearing scheduled to take place next month. 

New and improved: The open plan kitchen features a living area with a pink sofa with grey throw pillows with all her children’s initials on them

Design: Another room features a red sofa with a small coffee table and multi-coloured patterned wallpaper 

Wow! By the end of the opening episode, Katie revealed she’d finished transforming her son Jett’s bedroom, unveiling the jungle-themed room to her children

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It was previously reported that Katie landed a £45,000 payday for the Channel 4 series, and avoided paying a penny for renovations to the property.

Despite the multiple renovations that were needed to her West Sussex mansion, Katie paid nothing towards the costs, while receiving a hefty fee for starring in the series.

A source told The Sun: ‘Katie hit the jackpot with the show – she got a £45,000 fee and didn’t have to put any of her own money into the project.

‘The costs are being paid by the production company and she’s landed a lot of freebies from companies who want the exposure of being on her show or her social media.’

A spokesperson for Channel 4 told MailOnline: ‘Production did not pay for the costs of any renovations of the house.’

Oops! It was previously reported that Katie landed a £45,000 payday for the Channel 4 series, and avoided paying a penny for renovations to her ‘Mucky Mansion’

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Katie was arrested on Friday on suspicion of breaching her restraining order after she allegedly branded her ex-husband Kieran Hayler’s fiancée Michelle Penticost a ‘gutter sl*g’ in ‘abusive messages’.

Following her release after a 12-hour interrogation, with officers now examining her phone for evidence, Carl was said to be ‘furious and embarrassed’ at her behaviour, but an insider claimed that he has ‘zero intention’ of leaving her.

Katie, who was handed a five-year restraining order forbidding her from contacting Michelle directly or indirectly in 2019 after hurling a ‘tirade of abuse’ at her, could now face up to five years in prison if she is charged and found guilty. 

Katie Price’s Mucky Mansion continues on Wednesday at 9pm on Channel 4.

 Changes: In the show, Katie reveals her plans to completely transform her mansion, after a string of personal woes including a stint in The Priory in 2019