Katie Price shares heartache over seeing terminally ill mum Amy struggling to breathe

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Katie Price has shared her heartache over seeing her mother Amy struggling to breathe.

The 42 year old’s mother Amy, 69, was diagnosed with a terminal lung condition, called idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis, four years ago.

And now, after Amy emotionally revealed Amy is in the last couple years of her life recently, Katie shared her difficulty over watching her mum struggle to breath.

During an interview on BBC Northern Ireland's Nolan Live, Katie said: “My mum doesn't smoke, she's always been so healthy and she's got this incurable lung disease and there's nothing you can do.

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“She's only got like 32 per cent left of her lung capacity, we have got 100 per cent, she's got 32.

“So if you imagine now being that out of breath, it must be awful, and it's an awful way to go. It's horrible to see my mum go through it because she's so active, it's cruel.”

Katie, who recently admitted to planning her suicide last year, appeared on Good Morning Britain via video link with her mum to discuss Amy’s terminal illness.

Amy spoke to hosts Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid, she said on the hit ITV breakfast show: “I’m very up and down really, to be honest with you.

“Obviously it's terminal, and I should imagine I'm in the last couple of years now. With Covid and everything, if I catch a cold or Covid, there's just no hope. That would be the end for me.

“But, positively, hopefully, I'm pushing to see if I can get on the transplant list, because there is no cure, there's nothing else they can do for me. It's just palliative care and keeping me comfortable.

“With the transplant, my age is against me because the results are not that good as you get older and you can die not breathing in theatre, you can have the injection and you might not come out of hospital.”

She continued: “I think, if you can go through all that and have a better quality of life, then maybe there's another two or three years so I'm pushing for that at the moment.”

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Amy then went on to reveal she has not seen her daughter, Katie, in almost five months.

She went on: “[It's] a relief in some ways! I haven't seen Kate personally since last October for my birthday and, I must admit, although we're in lockdown, Zoom has been amazing.

“As a family, we're all a lot closer because of the situation. We all make the effort to keep in contact and we have family quizzes on a Friday which deteriorate, as you can imagine.”

Piers then quipped: “I can't even imagine what you lot are like. It must look my family Zoom meetings look like a tea party!”

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