Katie Price marries husband No. 3 on advice of psychic

Model ties the knot with Kieran Hayler in Bahamas after psychic predicted she'd wed a Kevin

LAST UPDATED AT 13:10 ON Fri 18 Jan 2013

KATIE PRICE has married for the third time and revealed she tied the knot with part-time stripper Kieran Hayler "on the advice of a psychic".

The metaphysical aspect of Price's wedding, which took place on a "sun-kissed" beach in the Bahamas, was revealed by The Sun today. Price told the paper: "A medium said the man I'd marry was called Kevin. Kieran's name is close to Kevin and it all became clear."

Asked why she had married again after her first two unions – to pop star Peter Andre and cage fighter Alex Reid – ended badly, Price said: "It's only my third one." The 34-year-old model and businesswoman said she had conducted a "Pricey survey" and discovered she was in "good company" because Joan Collins has five marriages under her belt, Elizabeth Taylor clocked up eight and Zsa Zsa Gabor had nine.

"So there! I get stick, but no one has picked on them for all the marriages they've had," Price said.

The Sun has published pictures of the wedding which was attended by just six guests, including her mother Amy, and took place on the beach at the Sandals Royal Bahamian Resort and Spa. Price wore a "plunging white halterneck dress, tiara and veil", while the groom sported "a white shirt and trousers", the Daily Mail reported.

Price's three children, Harvey, Junior and Princess, were not at the ceremony and were "presumably back in England" with her ex-husband Andre, according to the Mail.

The Daily Mirror pointed out that the bookmaker Ladbrokes has given the marriage 3/1 odds of lasting until July. "It's even money that he [Hayler] lasts longer than second hubby Alex Reid, or an outside chance at 33/1 that Kieran stays married to Jordan for at least four years and beats Peter Andre's tolerance limit," the paper said.

A spokeswoman for Ladbrokes said: "We're fairly confident it will all end in tears before the year's out." · 

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