Katie Price has split from her toy boy lover Kris Boyson.
The 40-year-old television personality and the 29-year-old personal trainer had been romancing for around five months, following Katie’s split from estranged husband Kieran Hayler, but they have now revealed they’ve called time on the short lived relationship as they “both want different things”.
Kris took to his Instagram story on Saturday (01.09.18) to reveal the news as he wrote: “This wasn’t an easy decision for me to make, however @officialkatieprice and I are no longer together!
“It’s just clear we both want different things…
“Who knows what the future will bring but I wish her all the best! (sic)”
The split comes just over a month after Katie – who has 16-year-old son Harvey from a romance with Dwight Yorke, Junior, 13, and Princess, 11, from her former marriage to Peter Andre, and Jett, four, and Bunny, three, with Kieran – gushed over Kris, admitting that he “ticks every box” for her and her mother Amy.
She said: “He ticks every box my mum has wanted. Because she said ‘Before I die, I want to make sure this and that’. And he ticks every box for my mum. He’s got a job, he’s got his own business. You know I have this issue about people paying for me, we had this issue so I have to let him buy me dinner. He takes me away and he’ll put me on a pedestal, and no-one’s ever done that.”
However, the ‘Katie Price: My Crazy Life’ star wouldn’t comment on whether or not she loved the personal trainer at the time.
When asked in late July if she thinks she’s in love with Kris, Katie said: “I’m not telling. Put it this way: he’s definitely come at the right time.”
Whilst neither of the pair have revealed what differences caused their split, it could be down to Kris wanting to marry and have children of his own, as Katie previously said she wasn’t in a rush to marry again.
She said: “I’m not rushing into nothing. Turning 40 means that I’ve done a lot of thinking and that I’m just doing things normal.
“So there are no babies, there’s no getting married quick, there’s no rush. I’ve got a lot to sort out in my life – my mum’s my priority with her illness, and I want to make sure the kids are in a good place because obviously a break-up affects them all.
“It’s just unfortunate that I’ve got a husband who, because we’ve separated, is causing me issues.”