Katie Prices first home can be seen in an old BBC documentary that ventured behind the scenes of her life.
In a time where she was better known as glamour model Jordan, footage captured between 2001 and 2003 also captured the moment she found out she had been burgled.
Pricey has hit headlines recently because of the state of her £2 million mansions, which appears to be in ruins.
Aerial shots of the property show the extent of the mess, with abandoned grounds and bags of rubbish littering the once grand manor.
But now the recently unearthed footage proves that the Loose Women panelist has a history of messy homes.
Allowing the cameras into her bungalow that she shared with friend Sally in 2001, viewers could see rubbish splattered across the living room floor.
The accommodation – which she lived in while in a relationship with footballer Dwight Yorke – was covered with empty glasses and old food in the unpleasant scenes.
Katie even warned the BBC Three cameramen that they were not permitted to film below eye level.
Speaking on Katie Price: The Jordan Years, filmed by Richard Macer, the star confessed: Ive given the cameras their orders, theyre only allowed to film from there to there… just the heads.
Macer told the camera: There was a huge gulf between the public persona of Jordan and the private life of Katie Price.
It was as if her fame had happened so fast that her life hadnt caught up with it yet.
The documentary also filmed the moment that Katie discovered intruders had stolen from her.
The thieves took her car and also scrawled offensive remarks on her bathroom mirror in shaving foam.
Macer claimed that at the time that the incident forced Katie to re-evaluate her career path.
It was as if the intruders had targeted the Jordan theyd been reading about in the papers… she was paying the price for the image shed created, he explained.
Things are pretty different for Katie these days as it is said she could be paying back her debts until she is 52 years old after being given an extra five weeks to avoid bankruptcy.
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The 40-year-old was initially given 12 weeks to pay off her debts by a judge, but was given just over a month extra after she submitted her individual voluntary agreement (IVA, or her plan to pay off her debts) at the last minute.
However, the plan put forward by Katies legal team means shell be paying back her creditors and business debt for over a decade.
A source told The Sun: Her lawyers have proposed an IVA of £1,000 a month until everything is paid off and have also suggested that all interest is frozen and Katie only pays back what she owes.
With Katie believed to have debts of £150,000, a payment of a grand a month would mean she is paying off her debts for 12 years, when shell be 52.
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