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Katie Price insists marriage is ‘over’ after husband shares boxing video

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Katie Price has accused her husband Kieran Hayler of posting a “fake” video of them together, after she announced she was divorcing him over an alleged affair.

The model, 39, told The Sun On Sunday that their marriage was over after she found out that Hayler had a year-long affair with her children’s nanny.

Katie Price arriving for the Fifty Shades Darker European Premiere held at Odeon Leicester Square (Ian West/PA)
Katie Price (Ian West/PA)

But Hayler then confused fans by sharing a video which appeared to show him and Price watching the boxing match between Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor which aired in the early hours of Sunday morning. It was captioned: “Boxing with wifey.”

Price has now insisted on Twitter that her interview was the truth and her marriage is finished.

“My heart is broken,” she posted.

“Kieran’s video is fake to make it look like I’m not serious!

“My story in @TheSunday_Sun is totally TRUE ..it’s over.”

Hayler is Price’s third husband who she wed in 2013, after marriages to Peter Andre (2005–2009) and Alex Reid (2010–2012).

She has five children – two with Hayler, two with Andre and a son from a relationship with Dwight Yorke.