So we know she left the jungle and she then dumped Alex (good move on her part - anyone else think he was quite creepy?). Then she said that she knows she behaved badly after Pete walked out on her (understatement Katie!).
Then of course she was called a bad mother for staying in Australia after she left the show with 'sources' from Pete's camp saying that 'he's helping look after the children' but wants Katie to come back because the kids miss her.
What we find a bit odd about this part of the story is, what's the big deal about Pete 'helping' to look after the children - he is their dad and he's forever going on about the highlight of his week being spending time with his kids.
So why do his 'sources' feel the need to make a fuss over how Katie is away working (under contract) and he's looking after the kids - would the same fuss have been made if he had gone through with his alleged plan to report from the jungle for GMTV and Katie had been back home looking after the kids? Would he have been a bad dad for spending three weeks away from his kids working?
Now Katie has found a way around the contract that was keeping her in Oz and will be flying back to Britain imminently.
On another note, it's been reported that I'm a Celeb has lost 2 million viewers since Katie walked - so there's obviously something about this lady that keeps us fascinated!
So - what do you think of Katie after all this?
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