Katie Price wants a seventh boob job

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KATIE Price wants another boob job after she gives birth to her fifth child even though she has already had surgery on her breasts six times previously.

The former glamour model, who has already gone under the knife six times to get perfect breasts, claims she currently looks like an "orangutan" and wants to have surgery on her chest again after she gives birth to her fifth baby - her second child with estranged husband Kieran Hayler.

Speaking on her FUBAR Radio show, Katie said: "I'm like an orangutan. I've been pregnant for the last two years!"

When asked if she would have more cosmetic surgery, she replied: "I will do my boobs again ... they were amazing before I met Kieran.

"They were literally amazing, the best they'd ever been. But then three months later, I'm pregnant. I think I'll go a little bit smaller this time and go pert."

The brunette beauty - who has 10-month-old Jett with Kieran, along with Harvey, 12, Junior, eight, and Princess Tiaamii, six, from previous relationships - was a natural B-cup in her early modelling days and had her first boob job at 18.

She has also spoken about her love of Botox but insists she's not addicted to trying to make herself look younger.

Katie, 36, said: "I love Botox, it's better than any cream. I don't have it to look younger. I'm not scared of getting older. When people compare my pictures to years ago, of course I'm going to look different. As you get older, you know what suits you more."

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