Katie Price has said that her mother Amy “won’t give in without a fight” while battling an incurable lung disease.
Amy has idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis and was told that she would have three to four years to live in 2017.
In a new interview, mother of five gave Katie an update on her mother’s condition, saying the disease is holding her back.
Katie Price informs mother Amy
In a joint interview with The Sunday TimesKatie said of her mother: “She shows massive strength, but her illness slows her down.
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“She joined a choir to open her lungs. She doesn’t give in without a fight. We’re both tough on the outside, neither of us showing anyone what’s going on inside. “
Katie also said that her mother is still “doing her cardio class every morning” even though she “now needs oxygen”.
The star added that she missed “holding” and “cuddling” her mom.
She said, “Because we know we’re losing mom, nothing goes unsaid. I know everything about her and she knows everything about me. I miss holding her and cuddling her. “
She shows massive strength, but her illness slows her down.
However, Katie said there are still a lot of “jokes about our family zooms” going on because if they didn’t “crap we’d never get through it”.
Meanwhile, in February, Amy appeared alongside Katie on Good Morning Britain and gave a heartbreaking update on her condition.
Amy admitted that she has been “for the last couple of years” of her life.
She said, “I’m really up and down, to be honest. Obviously it’s Terminal and I should imagine that this is the past couple of years now.
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“What about COVID and everything, when I catch a cold or COVID, there is just no hope that it would be the end for me.”
Amy added, “I’m pushing to see if I can get on the transplant list. Because there is no cure and there is nothing else they can do for me.
“With the transplant, my age is against me because the results aren’t that good as you get older.”
She said, “If you can get through all of this, you will have a better quality of life and maybe another two or three years.”
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