Peter Andre's wife Emily has reignited her feud with Katie Price with a savage column about her own housewife skills.
Katie has come under fire of late over her mucky mansion and for feeding her five kids low-calorie junk food.
And Emily, 29, has now insisted she'd never dream of doing anything of the sort, detailing her love of home baking, cleaning and healthy living.
While Katie – who co-parents Junior, 13, and Princess, 11, with Peter – allowed her kids to tuck into pancakes and a weight-loss syrup followed by pizza on Sunday, chez Andre, Emily says it's all Disney films and homemade goodness.
"It's been a busy time with the kids being off school for Easter. I've done lots of baking with them and we've made chocolate cupcakes, bread and soup – I've felt like a domestic goddess!" she wrote in her column for OK! magazine .
Revealing how Pete praised her for holding down the fort while he tries to get his film career off the ground in Los Angeles, she also not-so-subtly implied that cleaning, as opposed to diet food, is the best way to lose weight.
""I love cleaning… I've always been very clearn… I can definitely see how it can have a positive impact on your mental health. It also keeps you active and you burn a lot of calories," she wrote.
And in one final burn, she backed Rochelle Humes who has banned talk of diets from the family home – as opposed to Katie who regularly ropes her kids in to advertise Skinny Syrup, which is zero calorie and sugar free.
"I think it's important to encourage healthy eating and exercise – but not in relation to weight. I agree with Rochelle that it's good to avoid any body image related talk around your kids, even though I know that's not always possible."
Just last week Katie slammed Emily and Peter's 'strict' approach to eating, admitting she prefers to let the kids be 'feral'.
“All I'll say is. I'm my parent this side, and the other side parents' eating ethic is very different to mine.”
“(They are) Completely different. They're very strict, I'm very laid back.
“I'd rather my kids be quite feral, get to know, work things out themselves. Eat what you like, try what you like. Rather than worry about if it puts on weight, and this and that. Trust me.
“But then at the same time. When kids' parents split up they learn to adapt.”
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