Katie Price resorts to selling £80 ‘make-up masterclass’ shows after bankruptcy
Katie Price has started selling make-up masterclasses online after being declared bankrupt earlier this week.
The 41-year-old has had a tough year this year, as she is set to lose her £2m mucky mansion to pay off her debts.
In a bid to make some quick cash, the mother-of-five is launching live "make-up masterclass" shows which will cost fans £80 a ticket.
To meet her in person and get her make-up tips, fans can first see the show on February 3, in Aberdeen.
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Katie took to her official Instagram account to make the announcement by sharing an advert.
The ad read: "Katie Price will share her top make-up looks and explain how to recreate them alongside her make-up artist Zoe James on the evening using her favourite make-up products.
"Everyone will get a chance to meet Katie and take a photo with her and ask her questions during the masterclass."
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During the three hour long event, fans will also get a goody bag although its worth wasn't declared.
Along with the advert, Katie shared a snap of herself sat in a make-up chair as she sported full-on glam.
Katie, who was once worth an estimated £45 million, has hit headlines recently after she was declared bankrupt.
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She had submitted a payment plan to the court, known as an Individual Voluntary Agreement (IVA) to manage her repayments. This totalled an estimated £250,000.
An IVA is a formal agreement with creditors, which lets people with debt pay it back at an affordable rate.
However, Katie was failing to pay back £12,000 a month and was therefore unable to pay back creditors in time.
Judge Jonathan Middleton, sitting at a specialist insolvency and companies court, said: "I do judge Ms Price to be bankrupt."
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