Katie Price gives fans a glimpse inside unseen parts of mucky mansion and teases major renovation for new TV series | The Sun

KATIE Price has hinted her Mucky Mansion series could return despite being axed by Channel 4.

The TV star shared a video on Instagram from her rural home and wrote over the top: "Wow, let’s see if I can convert my containers in my next series of mucky mansion".



Katie, 44, also gave fans a glimpse inside her new huge outbuildings which featured pristine white interiors.

Floor to ceiling windows looked out upon the grounds of her sprawling estate where the main is.

The mum-of-five has allowed fans to see inside her property on her but has had a string of bad luck at her £1.3 million Sussex home.

She was doing it up for a new Channel 4 show but filming halted in the summer.

READ MORE ON KATIE PRICE

Katie Price risks wrath of ex Kieran after video of Bunny and Jett rapping

Katie Price baffles fans as she wears giant see-through raincoat in Thailand

In 2020 the home was completely ransacked by intruders who flooded it by leaving the taps running.

The ground floor ceiling collapsed from the flood – causing thousands of pounds of damage to her newly done-up kitchen.

The trespassers also rummaged through katie's personal boxes in the loft to see what they could find.

A distraught Katie said at the time: "I hate it, I just hate it. It looks ransacked.

"I can't live in a place like this, this is what someone did to my house deliberately. It's so disheartening that it's like this."

Most read in TV

MY PAIN

Charlotte Crosby heartbroken after tragedy saying 'my life will never be the same'

JUNGLE SHOCK

I’m A Celeb’s first evicted camp mate ‘revealed’

NEW FAVOURITE

I’m A Celeb fans' astonishing U-turn on camp star – and now want her to win

BEACH TREAT

I'm A Celeb's Matt Hancock, Jill Scott and Sue Cleaver enjoy surf-and-turf BBQ

Just months after firefighters tackled a blaze at the mansion with neighbours convinced the property was burning down.

Katie moved out the home but made the decision to move back with her family last year after previously insisting she would never live there because it was “cursed” and “haunted”.




Source: Read Full Article