Katie Price’s birthday tribute to ‘unique’ son Jett as she recalls his birth in France
The former glamour model, 42, shared a gushing birthday tribute to her youngest son – whom she shares with ex-husband Kieran Hayler
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The former glamour model, 42, recalled giving birth to Jett – whom she shares with ex-husband Kieran Hayler – during an emergency caesarean in a French hospital after major complications.
Taking to Instagram, Katie shared a sweet video consisting of throwback snaps of Jett as well as her other four kids, as she wished her son a happy birthday.
Calling Jett “unique”, Katie gushed: “Wishing a massive Happy Birthday to my gorgeous baby Jett, can’t believe it was 7 years ago he was born so early and was in France and he has grown up to be a unique clever loving boy, I LOVE HIM SO MUCH.”
Meanwhile Jett’s dad and Katie’s third ex husband Kieran took to his Instagram page to wish his son a happy birthday.
Sharing a snap of Jett surrounded by dozens of presents and balloons.
Jett grinned from ear-to-ear as he held up one big shark balloon for the snap.
Proud dad Kieran penned: “Happy 7th birthday to my beautiful, kind, strong, amazing little boy. Jett you are such a kind natured, and kind hearted boy.
“I love how much you love the outdoors and nature like your daddy. We had such a nice day on Sunday as your birthday treat doing all the things you love.
“I love you with all my heart my best friend and my beautiful son.”
Jett’s birth was nothing short of exhausting for Katie.
Katie was taken into hospital by third husband Kieran, and had surgery for problems caused by her difficult pregnancy.
She had suffered an infection and the baby’s heart rate fell dangerously low. Once delivered, Jett was taken straight to an incubator.
Kieran had not been allowed into the room which subsequently distressed the exhausted Katie even further.
Following Jett’s chaotic birth, Katie revealed: “Bringing life into the world is supposed to be magical. But what I went through was a nightmare.
“The only thing that had got me through the nightmare was the thought of cradling my little boy.”