Katie Price late for make-up class and fans fume over disappointing goody bags

Reality star Katie Price left fans furious after turning up late for a make-up masterclass and then handing out "disappointing" goody bags.

According to The Sun, the former glamour model, 41, was half an hour late to the Beauty Masterclass session in Liverpool last night, which saw fans pay £80 for tickets for their session with the Pricey.

However, many were left miffed over their goody bags, which had been advertised as worth £50 but in reality contained a cone of marshmallows, pineapple lip balm and three pairs of fake eyelashes.

Katie was declared bankrupt in November last year, and she made remarks referring to her hard times when speaking to fans at the event.

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She reportedly told attendees: "Katie is bankrupt. She can't afford anything.

"When I was a little girl I wanted a house and a horse and stables. I wanted a man and money but that didn't work out."

The audience was crammed into the corridor of the 4-star Shanky Hotel, as they waited patiently for Katie who was apparently late due to her need to watch BBC soap opera EastEnders.

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"Maybe I'm a lesbian. I'm a lesbian getting a marriage," she joked with the audience when referring to her relationship history and dramatic choice of green eye shadow.

She added: "I've been there done that and got the T-shirt but I'd do it again."

The Pricey had a vow of optimism for the future, however: "It's 2020. I'm single and I'm starting off my empire."

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Look out world, here she comes!

Meanwhile, Katie's husband Kieran Hayler is said to be taking out a £10,000 loan so that he can divorce her.

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