On 'Loose Women', the panelists revealed the results of a 'wife duties' quiz they had their husbands fill out.
Katie Price was left slightly red-faced on ‘Loose Women’ this afternoon as her husband Kieran Hayler admitted they didn’t have sex very often, during a segment in which he was asked to answer a ‘wife review’ quiz.
On Tuesday’s show (August 9th), the 38 year old entrepreneur was awarded a rating of ‘good’ for her nocturnal wifely activities – ahem – and she was reasonably pleased with that, until co-host Coleen Nolan revealed that Hayler had written at the bottom of the quiz that their bedroom antics were all but non-existent because they were so busy with their children.
Katie Price and Kieran Hayler in 2016
Hayler, whom Price married back in 2013 and with whom she has two children – Jett and Bunny, both 2 years old – wrote on his quiz: “Katie only scored a good in nocturnal wife duties because you've got children now so you're not at it all the time.”
All things considered, 29 year old Kieran added that they were very good together. “All in all, he thinks you make a great team,” Nolan finished, before looking at her own test only to discover her husband Ray awarded her “very poor”.
Price, who also has 14 year old son Harvey from a previous relationship with footballer Dwight Yorke and son Junior (11) and daughter Princess (9) with her first husband Peter Andre, also admitted that they might break up if they began to argue regularly.
“I don't row. We really don't argue. What's the point? We don't row but there might be something like, 'Have you done that?',” she confessed. “Then when people turn up I say, 'Oh he's being a whatever.' But then I'll say to him, 'Shall we just get over it?' And then we're like, 'Yeah OK!'”
Price forgave him, two years ago, when he was caught cheating on her with two of her friends. Hayler, a part-time stripper, sought sex addiction counselling and they reconciled.
She continued: “If my relationship ever got to that [kicking my legs, getting out the car and falling out all the time] it would be over. Normally, if you get to the point where you argue, the relationship usually ends not long after that. It's a different respect.”