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Price ready to fight criticism

Jan 23 2013, 1:05pm CST | by

London, Jan 24 (IANS) Model Katie Price says she is aware that her marriage to stripper Kieran Hayler will give rise to criticism and she is ready to fight for it if required.

London, Jan 24 — Model Katie Price says she is aware that her marriage to stripper Kieran Hayler will give rise to criticism and she is ready to fight for it if required. Price, 34, tied the knot...

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Price ready to fight criticism

Jan 23 2013, 1:05pm CST | by

London, Jan 24 (IANS) Model Katie Price says she is aware that her marriage to stripper Kieran Hayler will give rise to criticism and she is ready to fight for it if required.

London, Jan 24 — Model Katie Price says she is aware that her marriage to stripper Kieran Hayler will give rise to criticism and she is ready to fight for it if required.

Price, 34, tied the knot with Hayler, 25, in the Bahamas Jan 16 and is aware that it will create a buzz, reports mirror.co.uk.

"I know my marriage to Kieran is going to attract criticism and that there will be people selling stories on the back of their perception of me and my decision," Price wrote on her official website.

"I will take that criticism on the chin and argue my corner where I feel it is necessary," she added.

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