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Old 10-03-2013, 13:38
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Seems to me she set up a bit of a lookee likee 'Pistorious' scenario - how could her security folks not have been issued with photos of Kevin/Keiran .... unless she hired Group 4 or whatever their latest reincarnation post-Olympic fiasco is.
Maybe she realises she can't divorce this one so she thought she could shoot him and play the 'omg i fawt ee woz an introoda officer' defense
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Old 10-03-2013, 13:46
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Seems to me she set up a bit of a lookee likee 'Pistorious' scenario - how could her security folks not have been issued with photos of Kevin/Keiran .... unless she hired Group 4 or whatever their latest reincarnation post-Olympic fiasco is.

What'sKevin/Keiran doing beggaring about with a ballbearing gun in the house with kids, whether or not they were in bed?

As to losing a diamond in her ring while 'mucking out the horses' ... I am still laughing my head off. That's the last thing she would do. We don''t hear much about her horses these days since she failed to get into the Olympics and her equestrian range flopped and is now virtually dead.

Next stop for Katie/Jordan/Kevin/Keiran - Jeremy Kyle I'll meet you all there in the audience

The part of that story I find most unbelievable is that Kieran/Kevin paid 9000 for an engagement ring.

I doubt very much that a bloke who works on a building site and does a bit of part time stripping has 9K to spare.

I could be completely wrong of course.
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Old 10-03-2013, 13:50
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Maybe she realises she can't divorce this one so she thought she could shoot him and play the 'omg i fawt ee woz an introoda officer' defense
well it's certainly one way of avoiding alimony. And future kiss'n'tells.
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Old 10-03-2013, 13:51
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well it's certainly one way of avoiding alimony. And future kiss'n'tells.
And a DNA test
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Old 10-03-2013, 13:54
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The part of that story I find most unbelievable is that Kieran/Kevin paid 9000 for an engagement ring.

I doubt very much that a bloke who works on a building site and does a bit of part time stripping has 9K to spare.

I could be completely wrong of course.


He's probably got a credit card that Pwicceeey pays back with his pocket money
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Old 10-03-2013, 13:56
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The part of that story I find most unbelievable is that Kieran/Kevin paid 9000 for an engagement ring.

I doubt very much that a bloke who works on a building site and does a bit of part time stripping has 9K to spare.

I could be completely wrong of course.
Maybe that's what she paid him for his *ahem* donation

Sorry if anyone is now gagging on their lunch
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Old 10-03-2013, 17:27
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Seems to me she set up a bit of a lookee likee 'Pistorious' scenario - how could her security folks not have been issued with photos of Kevin/Keiran .... unless she hired Group 4 or whatever their latest reincarnation post-Olympic fiasco is.

What'sKevin/Keiran doing beggaring about with a ballbearing gun in the house with kids, whether or not they were in bed?

As to losing a diamond in her ring while 'mucking out the horses' ... I am still laughing my head off. That's the last thing she would do. We don''t hear much about her horses these days since she failed to get into the Olympics and her equestrian range flopped and is now virtually dead.

Next stop for Katie/Jordan/Kevin/Keiran - Jeremy Kyle I'll meet you all there in the audience
can you see KP mucking outhe horses? I bet she has never changed a nappy.t
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Old 13-03-2013, 09:31
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Pregnant Jordan's fear: 'I'm so scared of losing this baby'

http://www.closeronline.co.uk/Showbi...-the-baby.aspx
She was never 'scared' of 'losing' - having terminations - in the past because the children would have been an inconvienience.
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Old 13-03-2013, 10:46
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She was never 'scared' of 'losing' - having terminations - in the past because the children would have been an inconvienience.
How dare you.

It is none of your damned business whether or not she terminates an unwanted pregnancy - ALL WOMEN not just KP have the right to make such a private decision.

Rolleyes away, and get back to the victorian draconian era.
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Old 13-03-2013, 10:52
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How dare you.

It is none of your damned business whether or not she terminates an unwanted pregnancy - ALL WOMEN not just KP have the right to make such a private decision.

Rolleyes away, and get back to the victorian draconian era.
Well said.
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Old 13-03-2013, 11:14
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How dare you.

It is none of your damned business whether or not she terminates an unwanted pregnancy - ALL WOMEN not just KP have the right to make such a private decision.

Rolleyes away, and get back to the victorian draconian era.
The problem with KP is that it isn't a private decision. She makes damn sure the whole world knows about it (either in newspaper/magazine interviews or in one of the 237 volumes of her autobio). She really needs to STFU, back off and just get on with her pregnancy away from the media.
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Old 13-03-2013, 11:20
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The problem with KP is that it isn't a private decision. She makes damn sure the whole world knows about it. She really needs to STFU, back off and just get on with her pregnancy away from the media.
Absolutely. But even she's entitled to worry about miscarriage without a lot of petty judgement over decisions she took in the past.
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Old 13-03-2013, 11:31
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How dare you.

It is none of your damned business whether or not she terminates an unwanted pregnancy - ALL WOMEN not just KP have the right to make such a private decision.

Rolleyes away, and get back to the victorian draconian era.
Actually I find your tone extremely rude.

I'm pro-choice, but I'm NOT in favour of terminations being used as a form of birth control or to abort a child that's an 'inconvienience' which is what she's done more than once before Harvey was born.

You need to stop getting yourself so worked up and read posts properly.
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Old 13-03-2013, 11:39
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The problem with KP is that it isn't a private decision. She makes damn sure the whole world knows about it (either in newspaper/magazine interviews or in one of the 237 volumes of her autobio). She really needs to STFU, back off and just get on with her pregnancy away from the media.
True.

She's fond of sex without condoms as she's made plain in the media before. If she had unprotected sex and was worried about getting pregnant, why didn't she get the morning after pill?
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Old 13-03-2013, 11:42
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The problem with KP is that it isn't a private decision. She makes damn sure the whole world knows about it (either in newspaper/magazine interviews or in one of the 237 volumes of her autobio). She really needs to STFU, back off and just get on with her pregnancy away from the media.
How do we know the mag article is real? Most are made up if you read them properly
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Old 13-03-2013, 11:44
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How do we know the mag article is real? Most are made up if you read them properly
Of course they are.

And will you change your mind when this baby's born in June/July, weighing at least 7 pounds and she tries to pretend it's 'premature'?
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Old 13-03-2013, 11:45
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True.

She's fond of sex without condoms as she's made plain in the media before. If she had unprotected sex and was worried about getting pregnant, why didn't she get the morning after pill?
We didn't have the morning after pill before she had Harvey.. Maybe she was on the pill so didn't need to use a condom to prevent pregnancy..
I'm someone who believes when having sex you should insist a man uses a condom even if you are on the pill .. But not all women think the same
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Old 13-03-2013, 11:46
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Of course they are.

And will you change your mind when this baby's born in June/July, weighing at least 7 pounds and she tries to pretend it's 'premature'?
I honestly dont care.. As long as said baby is fit and well.. That's all that counts..
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Old 13-03-2013, 11:48
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Of course they are.

And will you change your mind when this baby's born in June/July, weighing at least 7 pounds and she tries to pretend it's 'premature'?
Have you read the closer article? It's a "friend" said crap ... Not an interview with Katie at all
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Old 13-03-2013, 12:02
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We didn't have the morning after pill before she had Harvey.. Maybe she was on the pill so didn't need to use a condom to prevent pregnancy..
I'm someone who believes when having sex you should insist a man uses a condom even if you are on the pill .. But not all women think the same
The morning after pill was first available on the NHS in 1999, so any abortions she had after its introduction might have been avoided if she'd used emergency contraception.

She 'was on the pill so didn't need to use a condom to prevent pregnancy'? But you don't use condoms just for that reason. If you're having sex with a bloke whose sexual health you're clueless about it's a risk as far as STD's are concerned. She obviously wasn't worried about protecting herself from VD or chlamydia if she didn't use a condom.
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Old 13-03-2013, 12:05
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I honestly dont care.. As long as said baby is fit and well.. That's all that counts..
I hope her baby's OK too, but having her for a mum, I feel sorry for the poor child.

If it's born at that time, I'd also say there might be some doubts about its paternity.
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Old 13-03-2013, 12:06
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The morning after pill was first available on the NHS in 1999, so any abortions she had after its introduction might have been avoided if she'd used emergency contraception.

She 'was on the pill so didn't need to use a condom to prevent pregnancy'? But you don't use condoms just for that reason. If you're having sex with a bloke whose sexual health you're clueless about it's a risk as far as STD's are concerned. She obviously wasn't worried about protecting herself from VD or chlamydia if she didn't use a condom.
Salty I KNOW you should wear a condom for other reasons.. But your post was about pregnancy ... Millions of women STILL don't insist men wear a condom when having sex ..
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Old 13-03-2013, 12:08
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Salty I KNOW you should wear a condom for other reasons.. But your post was about pregnancy ... Millions of women STILL don't insist men wear a condom when having sex ..
More fool them then.

As I said, she wasn't bothered about protecting herself from STD's, never mind pregnancy.
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Old 13-03-2013, 12:09
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I hope her baby's OK too, but having her for a mum, I feel sorry for the poor child.

If it's born at that time, I'd also say there might be some doubts about its paternity.
We will never agree on Katie as a mother.. Having seen how she is with Harvey ( first hand not on tv) I'd say she is an excellent mother .. She also had Princess and Junior with her and they were happy with her..
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Old 13-03-2013, 12:10
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More fool them then.

As I said, she wasn't bothered about protecting herself from STD's, never mind pregnancy.
Totally agree .. More fool them ... I'm sure she has been checked for any diseases..
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