KATIE Price shared a cryptic post which appeared to take a swipe at her famous exes.
The mother-of-five, who is celebrating turning 44 today, is currently engaged to former Love Island contestant Carl Woods, 33.
Taking to Instagram, the star told her social media followers, as reported by The Mirror: “Once you realize your worth, you’ll be embarrassed at the s*** you once settled for.”
Katie has been married three times so far and now has plans to tie the knot with Carl, who proposed to Katie in April of last year just 10 months after they started dating.
The former glamour model has dated a string of familiar faces, who include footballer Dwight Yorke and singer Peter Andre.
After a brief romance with Dwight in 2001, Katie discovered she was pregnant.
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She gave birth to Harvey in May 2002, the year after they’d split. The 19-year-old is partially blind, autistic and has Prader-Willi syndrome.
Before Harvey was born, Dwight initially denied Harvey was his – but his claims were proven wrong with a DNA test.
Husband number one was Peter, who Katie met in the jungle on I’m A Celebrity in 2004.
They went on to marry the next year in a lavish castle ceremony and had two children together – Junior, 16, and Princess, 14.
They split after four years of marriage and now Peter, 43, is married to doctor Emily who he shares Amelia, eight, and five-year-old Theo with.
Katie then married MMA fighter Alex in Las Vegas in February 2010 after seven months of dating, and just nine months after divorcing Peter.
Alex and Katie’s divorce was finalised in 2012 and she later cited Alex’s cross-dressing alter-ego Roxanne as a big factor.
Katie’s third marriage was in 2013 to ex-stripper Kieran Hayler and they had two children – Jett, eight, and seven-year-old Bunny – together.
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They split after Katie accused Kieran of cheating on her with her best friend.
Katie’s dating history has also included Gareth Gates in 2002, rugby player Danny Cipriani in 2011 and Gladiators favourite Warren Furman – AKA Ace – from 1996 to 1999.