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Old 15-09-2013, 16:54
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Made a little compilation of just some of the supposedly 'rare' twitter sightings over the last few days plus one of her pink horsebox by a Brighton based tweeter on 28th August. People may well be tweeting that they've seen her because she's been in the news recently but as has been said it seems very strange that nobody caught sight of them in the horsebox anywhere during the whole dramarama. It actually convinces me that she wasn't at home and was somewhere less people recognise her (but in a less conspicuous vehicle) because if she was in the Sussex area she'd have been far more likely to be spotted. I don't think she could stay cooped up in Pricey Palace the whole time but they could well have returned earlier than reported.

http://s1009.photobucket.com/user/Se...tml?sort=2&o=0
That's two or three actual events though Sam - obviously this woman leaves the house more than 3 days a year. She obviously has ways of not being spotted. And of course she will be far more likely to be recognised around her home area.

People hang on what's been reported (as that's all they have to go on) but nothing to say she couldn't have left the horse box once everything happened and travel in a better vehicle. As has been said lots of times, very little information other than from her about what actually happened.
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Old 15-09-2013, 16:58
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Old 15-09-2013, 16:58
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That's two or three actual events though Sam - obviously this woman leaves the house more than 3 days a year. She obviously has ways of not being spotted. And of course she will be far more likely to be recognised around her home area.

People hang on what's been reported (as that's all they have to go on) but nothing to say she couldn't have left the horse box once everything happened and travel in a better vehicle. As has been said lots of times, very little information other than from her about what actually happened.
or rather her version of what happened, put into book words, thereby applying a certain degree of dramatic license
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Old 15-09-2013, 17:01
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We donít know where she travelled from, personally I would have chosen the routes below travelling by luxury ferry. Then driven on to whichever destination in Spain I chose.

Portsmouth to Bilbao
Portsmouth to Santander
Heavily pregnant woman who by her own admission isn't feeling well travels via ferry for hours and hours - I don't think so.

Also there is NO way at all she wouldn't have been spotted and tweeted/fb'd about. There's no hiding places on those ferries!
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Old 15-09-2013, 17:08
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or rather her version of what happened, put into book words, thereby applying a certain degree of dramatic license
Well yes, no denying that. We are talking Katie Price! Though as of yet, still no baby photos, even after people have predicted and predicted it, so perhaps not!
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Old 15-09-2013, 17:09
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Heavily pregnant woman who by her own admission isn't feeling well travels via ferry for hours and hours - I don't think so.

Also there is NO way at all she wouldn't have been spotted and tweeted/fb'd about. There's no hiding places on those ferries!
Could she have flown back? Private jet or something?

I know the baby would obviously have been extremely young for that but in an emergency i guess she has the funds.
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Old 15-09-2013, 17:10
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Well yes, no denying that. We are talking Katie Price! Though as of yet, still no baby photos, even after people have predicted and predicted it, so perhaps not!
No baby photo's Cyril because Jeff will not look like an 8 week prem baby. Need a few weeks for him to turn into a healthy normal term weight ...
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Old 15-09-2013, 17:12
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Could she have flown back? Private jet or something?

I know the baby would obviously have been extremely young for that but in an emergency i guess she has the funds.
I think babies can fly from a few weeks old, not sure if it is recommended or not but I think they can. I guess Marbella is only a couple of hours or so isn't it so not too long in the air?
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Old 15-09-2013, 17:20
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Heavily pregnant woman who by her own admission isn't feeling well travels via ferry for hours and hours - I don't think so.

Also there is NO way at all she wouldn't have been spotted and tweeted/fb'd about. There's no hiding places on those ferries!
Hardly the Woolwich ferry, there are restaurants, shops, cinema, heated swimming pool, childrenís entertainment and luxury cabins. Takes the same amount of time as driving through France to Spain.

http://www.brittany-ferries.co.uk/fe...bilbao/onboard
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Old 15-09-2013, 17:25
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Hardly the Woolwich ferry, there are restaurants, shops, cinema, heated swimming pool, childrenís entertainment and luxury cabins. Takes the same amount of time as driving through France to Spain.

http://www.brittany-ferries.co.uk/fe...bilbao/onboard
I didn't say they weren't luxurious. The channel is a notoriously rough stretch of water, it can be as rough as hell out there and ferry travel isn't always like the pretty pics in brochures

As I said there is NO way she could have boarded that ferry, parked of here pink box and even got to her private cabin without being spotted.
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Old 15-09-2013, 17:43
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That's two or three actual events though Sam - obviously this woman leaves the house more than 3 days a year. She obviously has ways of not being spotted. And of course she will be far more likely to be recognised around her home area.

People hang on what's been reported (as that's all they have to go on) but nothing to say she couldn't have left the horse box once everything happened and travel in a better vehicle. As has been said lots of times, very little information other than from her about what actually happened.
I don't think I'd describe shopping in Brighton and Chichester as 'events' Cyril and I could have included far more from other days. Just making the point that if she's out and about in one of her pink vehicles she tends to get spotted and regularly tweeted about as they're a talking point. She does have other vehicles she can use when she wants to travel inconspicuously. Completely agree that the information we have has all come from Katie and she seems to want to keep it that way but not divulging any specific details which could be checked which is what raises people's suspicions. If she wanted to quash the speculation she could be more open but perhaps she wants to encourage it - who knows.
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Old 15-09-2013, 17:47
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No baby photo's Cyril because Jeff will not look like an 8 week prem baby. Need a few weeks for him to turn into a healthy normal term weight ...
I think his names Jett ...

Have heard that argument a lot, that if he wasn't prem then she'll be keeping him out of the spotlight to give the excuse why he doesn't look it. My problem with that is surely he will look even older by then if he was born full term and it'll be noticeable. Premature babies don't "catch up" for 2-3 years.
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Old 15-09-2013, 18:04
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Hardly the Woolwich ferry, there are restaurants, shops, cinema, heated swimming pool, childrenís entertainment and luxury cabins. Takes the same amount of time as driving through France to Spain.

http://www.brittany-ferries.co.uk/fe...bilbao/onboard
I was on a ferry recently and the journey is lovely.. And the beds very comfy..I slept like a log
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Old 15-09-2013, 18:05
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I think his names Jett ...

Have heard that argument a lot, that if he wasn't prem then she'll be keeping him out of the spotlight to give the excuse why he doesn't look it. My problem with that is surely he will look even older by then if he was born full term and it'll be noticeable. Premature babies don't "catch up" for 2-3 years.
He had quite a good weight at birth, so he will catch up within weeks, at least physically. However, since he had problems with his lungs, I can imagine he will need careful monitoring for quite a while and Katie will not be able to take him to Australia next month - it is far too risky.
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Old 15-09-2013, 18:13
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Could she have flown back? Private jet or something?

I know the baby would obviously have been extremely young for that but in an emergency i guess she has the funds.
She was also insured and the company may have arranged transport.
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Old 15-09-2013, 18:13
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I think his names Jett ...

Have heard that argument a lot, that if he wasn't prem then she'll be keeping him out of the spotlight to give the excuse why he doesn't look it. My problem with that is surely he will look even older by then if he was born full term and it'll be noticeable. Premature babies don't "catch up" for 2-3 years.
People know his name is Jett and they know his father is Kieran ... Just being silly
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Old 15-09-2013, 18:15
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I was on a ferry recently and the journey is lovely.. And the beds very comfy..I slept like a log
And I've been on the ferries too One trip was a smooth as a millpond and comfy as heck, few days later it was as rough as hell, people throwing up everywhere (literally) and staggering around like drunks (fortunately not me!)

I'm just saying in my opinion it wouldn't be a sensible way to travel for a heavily pregnant, feeling crap, lady.

Why I put sensible in a comment about KP though I just don't know
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Old 15-09-2013, 18:15
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She was also insured and the company may have arranged transport.
I'm sure every precaution was taken to ensure he would be able to get home safely
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Old 15-09-2013, 18:16
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She was also insured and the company may have arranged transport.
Can pregnant ladies get insurance to cover "cough" premature "cough' births though. Surely it is a pre-existing condition?
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Old 15-09-2013, 18:16
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No baby photo's Cyril because Jeff will not look like an 8 week prem baby. Need a few weeks for him to turn into a healthy normal term weight ...
I think babies can fly from a few weeks old, not sure if it is recommended or not but I think they can. I guess Marbella is only a couple of hours or so isn't it so not too long in the air?
"not look like a prem baby ? Marbella ? and you know of these things as fact how ?
Is there really any need to spite a baby by purposely mis spelling his name !
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Old 15-09-2013, 18:18
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"not look like a prem baby ? Marbella ? and you know of these things as fact how ?
Is there really any need to spite a baby by purposely mis spelling his name !
Damn, I didn't know I needed facts on DS
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Old 15-09-2013, 18:18
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I was on a ferry recently and the journey is lovely.. And the beds very comfy..I slept like a log
I've been on quite a few, until a few years ago had a fear of flying. Only had 2 bad experiences. One on Swansea to Cork route years ago, worst I've known, luckily a lot of my Cork relations worked on it so was well looked after.

Another coming back from Holland, journey out was lovely, Casino on board lovely restaurant etc. Coming back it was like a pre WW2 Russian cargo ship, journey was OK but the ferry was awful, all corridors were flooded, the restaurant was the pits, no cinema, I'd have been better swimming home.
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Old 15-09-2013, 18:20
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And I've been on the ferries too One trip was a smooth as a millpond and comfy as heck, few days later it was as rough as hell, people throwing up everywhere (literally) and staggering around like drunks (fortunately not me!)

I'm just saying in my opinion it wouldn't be a sensible way to travel for a heavily pregnant, feeling crap, lady.

Why I put sensible in a comment about KP though I just don't know
Im lucky enough to of never been on a rough crossing ..but believe in winter it's awfully rough.. I've only travelled in the summer months when it's a lot smoother..
I'm glad I haven't been on a trip like the one you described it must of been awful
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Old 15-09-2013, 18:23
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I've been on quite a few, until a few years ago had a fear of flying. Only had 2 bad experiences. One on Swansea to Cork route years ago, worst I've known, luckily a lot of my Cork relations worked on it so was well looked after.

Another coming back from Holland, journey out was lovely, Casino on board lovely restaurant etc. Coming back it was like a pre WW2 Russian cargo ship, journey was OK but the ferry was awful, all corridors were flooded, the restaurant was the pits, no cinema, I'd have been better swimming home.
I am also not a great fan of flying ... It's the taking off and landing... That's why we often got to Europe by ferry.. I enjoy the trips especially because I can walk about
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Old 15-09-2013, 18:24
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Heavily pregnant woman who by her own admission isn't feeling well travels via ferry for hours and hours - I don't think so.

Also there is NO way at all she wouldn't have been spotted and tweeted/fb'd about. There's no hiding places on those ferries!
I thought that odd too. to get Marbella by car has to be via the aforementioned ferries. They are over nighters, the one to Bilbao is two nights.All I can think is, that the pink horse box can fly.
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