Ulrika Jonsson has called attention to Katie Price's many holidays over the past year as the former glamour model complained she "doesn't see kids".

The 44-year-old reality star moaned that she rarely gets to her two children that she shares with ex Kieran Hayler – Jett, nine, and Bunny, eight.

As part of a teaser clip for her new Channel 4 documentary, Katie Price: Trauma and Me, the TV star could be heard opening up about "limited access" to her younger children and her own mental health woes.

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Taking aim at Katie's comments, ex-Gladiators host Ulrika hit back at her recent groans, urging the model to be a "good mum".

Writing in her column for The Sun, she said: "[Katie] Price says kids need their mum.

"No, Katie. Kids don’t need their mum or their dad. They need a good mum and a good dad."

Continuing, Ulrika added: "What really matters is the quality of the parent.

"A bad mum or dad is likely to do more damage than good."

Wrapping up her cutting point of view, Ulrika took aim at Katie's numerous getaways this year.

The single mum-of-four barked: "Who knows the truth behind the Price-Hayler story. But gripes about limited access sound a little strange coming from a mum who heads off on seemingly endless holidays."

Ulrika had been referencing Katie's claims that were unearthed in a trailer for her upcoming documentary which will air later this month.

In the snippet, Katie explained: "The hardest thing I’ve had to deal with in the recent months is having limited access to some of my kids."

She added: "Recent events have meant I’m seeing my youngest children less and the relationship between me and their father has broken down.

"It’s not good for my mental health and it’s certainly not good for their mental health.

"They should be having their mum in their life. At the moment I’m stuck in this rut with Jett and Bunny and it is frustrating for me.

"You know, seven months, how has it even got to this? It’s heart-breaking and I just wish it wasn’t like this. All I can do is hope that this won’t be forever."

A representative for Kieran Hayler has hit back stating: "This is categorically untrue."

They told The Sun: "Kieran's focus remains on the children's best interest and in maintaining the children's best interests and safety at all times."

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