Katie Price ‘deep in grief’ as four of her children move on with their dads

Katie Price is ‘deep in grief’ according to body language expert Judi James, who revealed the mum is struggling to adjust to life in her near empty Sussex mansion.

In bleak scenes from her reality TV show My Crazy Life, Katie spoke of missing four of her children who have gone to spend time with their respective fathers.

The mum-of-five was seen sat at home with only son Harvey for company, who was also showing obvious distress at missing his siblings.

"I can’t entertain him all the time. He’s used to like, Bunny taking his felt tip pen, or Jett and him drawing, or Princess making jokes or Junior pretending to wrestle with him.

"All this interaction has suddenly gone from madness to literally zeroness," explained Katie.

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Katie Price 'deep in grief' as four of her children move on with their dads

Katie spoke to the camera about the changes at home

Katie Price 'deep in grief' as four of her children move on with their dads

She said Harvey was feeling lonely and bored
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Katie Price 'deep in grief' as four of her children move on with their dads

The mum-of-five is used to having a full house
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Here expert Judi James gives her take on Katie’s true feelings as she claims the ex glamour model has been putting on a brave face for the cameras.

"It’s so hard to evaluate the depth of Katie’s authentic emotions as her facial expressions have been smoothed out by the Botox and she tends to keep her vocal tone either ‘upbeat mummy’ or rather bland here but dealing with son Harvey’s obvious distress here must be heartbreaking, especially as she blames it on the fact that it is partly down to the fact that the siblings that were his playmates and which came with their own noisy chaos aren’t there full-time any more.

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Judi James said Katie was trying to appear upbeat for the camera

"Katie speaks to camera in such a practical way about her missing children and so calmly to Harvey that we can only assume she’s masking a load of what could be close to feelings of grief.

"Katie always likes to present herself as someone who copes, who is resilient and who bounces back and that seems to be the role she is in here.

"She also shows high levels of empathy for Harvey though, giving a very accurate analysis of why he’s behaving as he is, meaning she must be feeling shared distress at living in an empty family home, no matter how much she tries to suppress it with a brave face for the cameras."