Price out to find 'mini-mes' in new modelling agency

Price out to find 'mini-mes' in new modelling agency

Katie Price is setting up a modelling agency to create an army of “mini-mes.”

The 32-year-old star has revealed she wants to help young girls follow in her glamour model footsteps.

She said: “I’ll have a talent agency soon.”

Explaining that she hopes to find the next Katie Price, she revealed she wants to find “lots of little mes. I know the business inside out, so I would be mad not to do that”.

Katie signed a multi-million pound deal with Virgin Media Television earlier this year to appear in shows on Living and she intends to allow cameras to film her efforts as she sets up the new business venture.

She has hinted her debut series on Living could be related to her modelling agency.

She said: “Next year something will be revealed and you’ll know what I’m doing.”

She signed a two-year contract to star on Living after defecting from ITV2 and will appear in a reality show similar to 'What Katie Did Next’.

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