Katie Price has never voted
Katie Price has never voted.
The 38-year-old star - who stood for Parliament back in 2001 in Manchester's Stretford and Urmston constituency - admits she is still unsure on who she will vote for in the referendum on the UK's membership of the European Union on Thursday (23.06.16).
Appearing on Channel 4's Europe: The Final Debate with Jeremy Paxman, Katie revealed one of her main concerns is the health of her 14-year-old son Harvey, who suffers from rare genetic condition Prader-Willi syndrome and also has autism, ADHD and partial blindness.
She said: "Well believe it or not, I came here confused and now I'm more confused. I've never voted before and I feel that I'm pressured that I have to vote this time. Some of my friends are in and some are out and I'm asking them questions.
"Like Great Ormond Street hospital ... My son's got disabilities so in my case, I'm thinking, what would be the best for his future, for the NHS, if he goes on holiday and he gets hurt there or something. There's all of this to think about. Do I think for myself and my family or do I think for the country? I am just confused. This is making it more confusing."
And the mother-of-five - who also has Junior, 11, and Princess, eight, with ex-husband Peter Andre and Jett, two, and 22-month-old Bunny with her husband Kieran Hayler - later took to Twitter to admit she was still undecided.
She wrote: "Interesting evening #c4debate @Channel4News still undecided but will vote tomorrow #priceminister🤗 (sic)"
When she ran for a parliamentary place in 2001, Katie promised voters free holidays on the NHS as well as free plastic surgery and a free football season ticket for everyone for a club of their choice.