Katie Price has again defended her decision to accept government-funded transport for her disabled son Harvey to get to school.
The 36-year-old was stood her ground once again when going head-to-head with her fellow Celebrity Big Brother 2015 housemate Katie Hopkins.
She said: “I don’t ponce off the government…I am very much entitled to, if something is offered to me by the government, to take it.
“You should never judge anyone for it. I’d rather the government pays for my son to go to school than pay for fireworks over the River Thames on New Year’s Eve.”
A curiously quiet Katie Hopkins, who previously said the mum-of-five should pay for the transport on account of her vast wealth, simply pulled a face to Pricey’s comments instead of challenging her once again.
However, as the debate went on, Katie Hopkins accused Katie Price of being without an opinion, something the glamour model was quick to defend.
“I had the job you have last year. If I didn’t have an opinion, The Sun newspaper wouldn’t have hired me,” she said.
“Just because in this house I choose not express them doesn’t mean I don’t have them. I have massive opinions.”
Katie H then queried as to why she doesn’t share these opinions, with Katie P replying: “Because my opinions aren’t horrible. To have an opinion, you don’t have to be horrible.
“I can take the p**s out of myself and I don’t care if anyone is taking the p**s out of me – but when it’s nasty comments that aren’t necessary, what’s the point?”
Which is lucky for Katie H, because we’re sure Pricey would have a thing or two to say about the onesie Hoppo has been wearing for the past three weeks.
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