KATIE Price says she won't charge fans to watch her fourth wedding on website OnlyFans.
It was reported the reality star is "desperate for money" and saw an opportunity to cash in on her romance with boyfriend Carl Woods, 32.
An insider claimed in heat magazine: "Katie is looking at a number of streaming platforms with paywalls, plus sites like Only Fans and Patreon, as she thinks this could be an event that everyone would pay to tune in for.
"Her family and friends are worried she’s going to turn it into a big circus, and they would prefer her to do something more low-key, as Carl has been such a good influence on her.”
They continued: "But Katie has said she desperately needs the cash, and she’s been joking that watching her get married for the fourth time will be like paying to watch the boxing or a big sporting event.
Though he's dropped hints that he wants Katie to be his wife Carl is yet to propose.
And the couple have been trying to get pregnant.
Katie's rep also denied she has been cooking up ways to monetise their love.
Her rep told The Sun: "Katie is not yet engaged!
"No conversations have been had regarding wedding plans to stream or pay per view. When the time comes there will be many exciting announcements, Katie and Carl will be the first to announce them."
Katie has been married three times and recently divorced third husband Kieran Hayler.
Her first wedding to pop star Peter Andre, who she met on I'm A Celeb, was a grand affair.
They married in a lavish princess themed wedding in September 2005 in Highclere Castle.
Nine months after divorcing Peter she wed MMA fighter Alex Reid in Las Vegas.
The pair later had a formal wedding ceremony in the UK, which was filmed for her TV series.
Katie tied the knot with former stripper Kieran in the Bahamas after he proposed on Christmas Day 2012.
The following March they had their wedding blessed in Weston-super-Mare.
Katie has also been engaged to Kris Boyson (2019) Leandro Penna (2011-2012) Warren Foreman aka Ace from Gladiators (1998 – 1999).
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