Through the years, Katie Price’s turbulent love life has been the subject of much attention.

And given her recent, messy split from Kieran Hayler, there’s rarely a day when her relationship is out of the news.

The pair separated recently after the former glamour model discovered her husband of three years had been having an affair with their children’s nanny Nikki. The news comes just a year or so after Kieran was caught cheating on her with two of her best friends.

So, clearly looking for a clean slate, Katie has recently vowed to set herself up on dating website Huggle. The 39-year-old mum of five recently tweeted, “Onwards and upwards! The girls are telling me to get on Huggle. Gonna give it a go! It’s my new approach lol xx”

However, it seems that ex Kieran isn’t feeling too happy about the dating revelation.

30-year-old Kieran has declared himself heartbroken over the fact that Katie looks set to move on, posting a screenshot of her tweet alongside broken heart emoji’s to his Instagram story.

His official Instagram account also shows that he’s still got a photo of himself and Katie as his profile picture.

Kieran defends his cheating…

Amidst the cheating, Kieran has always maintained that his bad behaviour is simply down to a sex addicton. Defending his recently betrayal, Kieran discussed how he simply needed “a thrill”.

He said, “This wasn’t a big love affair. I didn’t fancy Nikki. I’m a sex addict and needed a thrill. If our nanny had been 80 I’d probably have tried to manipulate her into having sex too.”

“It didn’t matter who it was, I just wanted a fix.”

Kieran’s admission comes after Katie admitted that she feared she was close to a breakdown following her onslaught of bad news. Just last week, the TV personality revealed that her mother Amy had been diagnosed with an incurable lung disease. And on top of all of that, she admitted she’d experienced a miscarriage just days before discovering the news of Kieran’s infidelity.

She confessed, “I feel like I am in shock and I don’t know what I am doing, what I am feeling.

“This isn’t a normal situation. To go through so much in such a short time is stressful. It is difficult to cope. I don’t know how I am doing it. But I don’t want to be a victim. I am a survivor.”

“I am hurting. I’m only human. My friends think I should talk to somebody but I’m just working and being a good mum, doing things that keep me sane, keep me happy.”