Katie Price is reportedly in talks with Hollywood executives about turning her life story into a movie.
Katie Price has been in talks to have her life story made into a film.
The three-times married former glamour model - who gave birth to her fifth child last week - is reportedly in talks with US publishers Simon and Schuster to adapt her autobiographies for the big screen and insiders think her ups and downs, which have included current spouse Kieran Hayler cheating on her with two friends, will make for fascinating viewing.
A source said: ''Katie's been through a hell of a lot in her thirty six years, but she was clever to document it all down in her books.
''They're always great sellers and now they can form the basis for a film of her life.
''The publishers think there will be a great appetite to watch a dramatisation of Katie's crazy life and they're so keen to get her on board, they're talking about a hefty pay cheque to go with it.''
And though Katie - who has children Harvey, 12, Junior, nine, and Princess, seven, from previous relationships, and 11-month-old Jett and her new baby daughter with Kieran - doesn't plan to star in the movie, she thinks former 'Baywatch' beauty Carmen Electra would be the perfect choice.
The source added to the Daily Mirror newspaper: ''Katie has always admired Carmen Electra and thinks they're very similar in many ways.
''They met several years ago on a photoshoot and Katie's always remembered her- she thinks she'd be perfect for the role and would bring a lot of necessary drama needed to the production.''
Katie has previously admitted she wants to see her life story on screen - but more ''drama'' happens to her every time she thinks about it.
She has said: ''I can't wait to make a film. Every year I say I'll do it when I think things are going normal - then another drama comes along.
''I might as well do it in a few years' time because there's bound to be more dramas.''
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