Management company drops Katie Price

Management company drops Katie Price
Management company drops Katie Price (Image credit: PA Archive/Press Association Ima)

Katie Price has split from her management company. Can Associates Limited, who announced earlier this week that Katie and husband Peter Andre were separating, said it wished her 'every success in the future'. The organisation will continue to represent Australian singer Peter, 36. Katie, 30, said previously that she was 'devastated' over her husband's decision to divorce her, but she would always love him. The pair have fled to different boltholes following the announcement. Can Associates said in a statement that it was releasing Katie from its management. It continued: "We have represented Katie since February 2004, during that time we have worked hard to build Katie as a successful individual and brand, moving her from a glamour model and repositioning her as the country's foremost female celebrity, with a string of products and successful endorsements. "We wish Katie every success for the future." The couple, who were married for three and-a-half years, found romance on the ITV1 reality show I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! Get exclusive access to your favourite stars. Subscribe to TV Times magazine

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