Jodie Marsh buries hatchet with Katie Price as glamour models end 20-year feud

Jodie Marsh says she has "buried the hatchet" with Katie Price as they finally put an end to their 20-year feud.

The pair have agreed to have a fresh start after Katie offered her sympathy when a troll reported Jodie's farm to the RSPCA.

It comes after Jodie decided to take her meerkat Mable to the pub because she couldn't leave her.

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Jodie said she appreciated the olive branch and confirmed they are now friends.

Speaking about the gesture, Jodie told The Sun: "She could have been an a***hole and gone ‘Someone’s trolling Jodie, I’ll jump on board and troll her,’ but no, she reached out to me and spoke to me directly and said ‘I’m really sorry about your troll.

“Katie said I’m sorry for the s**t you’ve been through. We were still s**gging each other a few years back, but we’ve finally buried the hatchet and become friends."

Their rift began after they both dated the same man.

Katie said she split up with the guy before she entered I'm A Celebrity and got with Peter Andre.

She added that it was down to principles and she and Jodie didn't get on at the time.

Katie explained in her book: "I met my first husband Peter Andre when I was in the jungle.

"I had a couple of relationships when Harvey was a baby, and I was with a guy called Scott Sullivan at the time.

"But you know me there’s always some drama, I had actually split up with him just before I did the show, so it wasn’t just like I bunny hopped to another man.

"And then Scott went to the lowest of the low and got with Jodie Marsh."

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