Katie Price Names New Baby Daughter ‘Bunny’

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by Teniola Shobowale


Former Glamour Model Katie Price finally reveals the name of the latest addition to the family. Six weeks after the birth of her fifth child, she introduces her new born as Bunny Hayler.

Katie and hubby Kieran Hayler who had a close encounter with divorce this earlier this year after claims of Hayler cheating on Price with her best friend took 6 weeks to finally decide on a name for their new baby girl.

They had a series of Disney names in mind during the name decision process, names such as   “Lady, Disney, Precious, Bambi, Ethel, Peggy” initially she claims she wanted to call the new born “Duchess Kate or just Duchess but Kieran didn’t like that, so we’ve chosen Bunny, which we both like”

Katie price in her latest interview with OK Magazine! states that ‘It’s really cute, isn’t it? I considered it being spelt Bunni with a heart above the i, but I don’t think that’s really a part of the English language”

And despite the sting of cheating still apparent within the family, the former glamour model is seemingly happy to leave that all behind as she discusses the possibility of having another child with Keiran Hayler,

“I love Duchess Kate, though, so I’ve told Kieran that if we have another daughter that will be her name! I think it goes well with Princess. She would have been Duchess Kate of Brighton”

She also adds that “We’re thinking it would be nice to renew our vows, but he’d have to do a lie detector test before we do it.”

“But he’s a changed man – he won’t cheat on me again.”

Katie already has a daughter called Princess Tiaamii with former husband Peter Andre, as well as sons Harvey, Junior and Jett from previous relationships.

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