Michael Flatley looks shocked as Katie Price tells him he looks 'ripped' on TV
Michael Flatley proved no match for flirty Katie Price today, as she told him that he looked “ripped” under his shirt.
On today’s episode of Loose Women, the Lord of the Dance (55) looked taken aback and embarrassed by Katie’s compliments.
The 55-year-old Irish dance star later spoke admiringly about his wife Niamh O’Brien:
“I'm the luckiest guy in the world and my wife is the most beautiful girl in the world."
Pregnant Katie was co-hosting the popular lunchtime show, opening up about her turbulent month.
The former glamour model turned entrepreneur found out her husband Kieran Hayler was having an affair with her best friend last month.
Katie revealed that she was feeling insecure due to her pregnancy.
Price said: “I'm insecure at the moment because I've put on four stone... my husband cheated on me and I've got that into my head”.
She added, “I've been pregnant the whole time that I've been with him. It's my own fault."
Price is expecting her second child with Hayler this summer.
The 36-year old already has four children; Harvey; Princess Tiaamii; Junior and Jett.
Price was joined on the panel by Andrea McLean, Janet Street Porter and Myleene Klass.
Fellow mum Myleene Klass offered her support: “You've put on four stone because you're pregnant. He cheated on you because he's an idiot, not because you're pregnant.”
Kieran (27) is Katie’s third husband and she was previously married to Peter André and Alex Reid.
The builder and part-time stripper admitted to an affair with Jane Pountney (49) who is also married.
On Tuesday, Katie urged women to keep Jane away from their husbands and boyfriends in a radio interview as she spoke of her heartbreak over her former friend's betrayal.
No stranger to living her life in the public eye, Katie insisted, “I don’t mind the public criticising me.. nobody is perfect”.
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