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hollywood actress Alex Reid Biography

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Katie Price
Katie Price in 2004
Born Katrina Amy Alexandria Alexis Infield
22 May 1978 (age 32)
Brighton, East Sussex, England
Nationality British
Other names Jordan, "The Pricey"
Ethnicity White British
Occupation Glamour model, media personality, author, singer, television personality
Years active 1996–present
Net worth £40m+ ($66.76 million) (estimated)
Height 5 ft 5 in (1.65 m)
Spouse Peter Andre (m. 2005–2009) (divorced)
Alex Reid (m. 2010–present) (separated)
Children Harvey (born 2002)
Junior (born 2005)
Princess (born 2007)
Parents Ray Infield (father)
Amy Price (née Charlier) (mother)
Relatives Daniel Price (brother)
Sophie Price (half-sister)
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Katie Price (born Katrina Amy Alexandria Alexis Infield; 22 May 1978), previously known under the pseudonym Jordan during her early modelling career, is a British television personality, occasional singer and former glamour model.
Her time at topless female glamour model pictorial Page Three, in British tabloid newspaper The Sun, instantly shot Price into the public limelight. Her place in the public's spotlight has allowed Price to venture into a multitude of different businesses. Since her debut as a glamour model Price has written five adult-fiction novels, four autobiographies, two series of children's books and one fashion book; as well as branching into fashion with the release of clothing ranges in equestrian wear and baby wear, two fragrances, a haircare range, a tanning range and an eyelash range.
Price has experienced many highly-publicised relationships in the eye of the British media and has been married twice: to singer Peter Andre in 2005 and to professional fighter Alex Reid in 2010.

Alex Reid
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Alex Reid may refer to:
Alex Reid (actress), English actress
Alex Reid (fighter) (born 1975), British mixed martial artist
Alex Reid (footballer) (1947–1998), British midfielder
Alex Reid (screenwriter) (born 1965), American TV writer/producer
Alexander Reid, Scottish playwright
Alexander William Reid, Red Baron's 23rd victory

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