Katie’s hubby boasts about unsafe sex

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katie price may 4 REUTERS Former glamour model Katie Price. File photo: Luke MacGregor

Katie Price's cheating husband had unprotected sex 25 times with Jane Pountney.

Kieran Hayler has revealed he and his wife's best friend got into a “routine” during their seven-month affair, and he enjoyed the risk of not wearing a condom during their time together.

Talking to The Sun on Sunday newspaper, he said: “I was getting what I wanted and fed Jane what she wanted to hear. From then on, the routine was usually the same.

“I would get into the passenger seat of Jane's car, she would jump on top of me and we would have sex.

“I didn't wear a condom because it added to the risk and my heart rate was always racing.”

Kieran has even admitted the pair enjoyed a romp in Katie's stables, and he told Jane he loved her to keep getting what he wanted.

He added: “Kate was out and Jane texted me to say, 'Can we go somewhere'?

“I replied, 'Yes, the stables' ... Jane said she was falling in love with me and wanted to have children.

“I said it too because as long as I told her what she wanted to hear, I was getting what I wanted.”

Their long-term affair began while Katie was in hospital giving birth to their first baby Jett Riviera, and Kieran has admitted his wife did absolutely nothing to deserve the betrayal.

Speaking about the first kiss which fuelled their romance, he said: “I took a risk and pulled Jane towards me in the kitchen of the villa where we were staying in France while Kate went to do a night feed.

“It was awkward but we kissed and I knew she was the one who could give me what I needed.

“Within weeks we were having a full-blown sexual affair.”

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