Katie Prices Netflix film to be written by BBC comedian after becoming pals
Katie Price has revealed that her " Netflix film" would be written by a major comedian with whom she has formed a close friendship.
The Pricey, 45, was appearing on the Private Parts podcast together with her sister Sophie. Hosted by Made in Chelsea star Jamie Laing, the pair joined the reality star to delve into their career and their Christmas traditions.
Model and businesswoman Katie also looked at her own podcast with her sister, which has gone from strength to strength. On the episode, Katie commended the twosome for being able to keep the show going on a regular basis.
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"We started in June and then we had a sell-out tour four months later, that is quite unknown," she said. "That's what people have said, that we've done really well with it; we're really consistent with the podcast, and if you're gonna do something, you gotta do it properly."
Sophie reflected on the recording process, telling Jamie that the filming process is fine as it feels natural. "It's literally like a catch up every week with a cup of tea, it's so easy – you don't even think about it," she said.
The pair then teased that there was some chaos coming up in a new episode of the show, as they brought their first guest onto the podcast. When Jamie asked who the lucky person was, the pair eventually revealed that it was comedian and actress Daisy May Cooper.
The This Country star seemingly has a close relationship with the Pricey as she admitted. "She loves me, she wants to do a [TikTok] live with me!" Katie exclaimed.
She continued: "I've known her for a couple of years now, and on the podcast, she's like 'I've got to write your Netflix film'. She's so adamant – she really wants to do it," although no plans for a Netflix film have been confirmed.
Laing was amazed that the Taskmaster star was able to make it onto Katie and Sophie's show, saying he "fricking loves Daisy," branding her "insane". He went on to recall how the two had a chance meeting in the town of Cirencester.
"She lives in Cirencester and my mum lives down in that area, and I was walking through Waitrose and suddenly, I hear 'Jamie f***ing Laing?!" he recalled. "I was like 'who's that?' and it was Daisy May Cooper!"
Daisy May has become a household name for her dry and sarcastic humour, that has endeared her to the nation. She has worked on hit shows This Country and Am I Being Unreasonable, but has also starred on the likes of Celebrity Gogglebox.
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