Katie Price worries fame is having a negative effect on her children.

The glamour model - who has Junior, eight, and Princess Tiaamii, five, with her ex-husband Peter Andre and 11-year-old Harvey from a past relationship with Dwight Yorke - has admitted the constant media attention has started to go to Junior's head and he has been displaying diva-like beviour recently.

She told The Independent on Sunday: ''He wants to go on 'Britain's Got Talent'; he wants to present 'Jeremy Kyle'; he wants a Lamborghini. He keeps telling me he's famous, and I'm trying to tell him that just because his father put him on his TV show, that doesn't make him famous himself.''

Katie - who is married to builder Kieran Hayler - insists she won't make any more fly-on-the-wall reality shows for ITV2 and prefers to preserve most aspects of her privacy nowadays after years spent on the front page of every magazine.

She said: ''When I was married to Pete, I don't know what I was thinking. Everything we did was documented, every party, every trip, on the telly, in magazines. It's not healthy.''

However, the 35-year-old star doesn't regret putting her son Harvey - who was born blind and has been diagnosed as autistic - on television because she believes it's important to boost awareness of raising children with disabilities.

Katie said: ''It's important to talk about living with, and coping with, a child with disabilities. I've checked with his teachers, his school, and they all agree.''