Katie Price mum-shamed as fans slam her and say ‘you’re a terrible example to kids’ | The Sun

Katie Price has come under fire for vaping on screen in her new show.

It came after the former glamour took to her Instagram page to promote her new podcast The Katie Price Show.

In the clip, the mum-of-five can be seen taking a deep inhale of her vap while being asked about attending celebrity parties back in the day.

She then breathes out a big cloud of smoke on screen before the clip jumps to a promotion shot of her new show.

Katie penned to the post: "I was known as the ultimate party girl back in the day 👯‍♀️

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"So in this week's podcast, I'm giving you an exclusive behind the scenes invite into my party days.

  • What happens at those massive celebrity parties
  • Milestone birthdays
  • Hosting the kids birthdays now

"Listen wherever you get your podcasts, or as always I'll put a link on my stories."

Fans were left fan than impressed by Katie vaping and were quick to call out her behaviour, with one writing "You're a terrible mum".

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"Vaping! Great role model to her many kids," a second commented.

A third said: "Vaping! A terrible role model but nothing new there."

This is not the first time Katie has been seen vaping, as last month she was snapped with a vape while on holiday in Ibiza.

Vaping has become increasingly popular over the last few years as it allows you to inhale nicotine in a vapour rather than smoke.

They are deemed safer than cigarettes as they do not burn tobacco or produce tar or carbon monoxide – two of the most dangerous elements.

While it is illegal to sell ­nicotine-laced products to under-18s, the number of kids using e-cigarettes is ­doubling each year.

The device has helped thousands of people in the UK quit smoking, but the effects of their long-term use are not yet widely understood.

At the moment, there is an urgent warning over the device after it was linked to five deaths in Britain.

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