Their vulgar behaviour was filmed in front of their children, which has reportedly caused child experts to question the couple's parenting skills. "I know it's disgusting, but we get carried way. It's so easy to forget cameras are there," Daily Telegraph quoted her as saying. "It is disgusting - but Pete always starts it," she added.
The couple has come under flack for having inappropriate discussions in front of their three children, 6-year-old Harvey, 2-year-old Junior, and nine months old Princess. "Yeah I could easily have sh***ed you because you were so drunk," Peter was heard telling Jordan. "Daddy got a bit excited when they were making him," he later told Junior.
Child psychologists have deemed the behaviour "inappropriate" claiming it could have damaging effects on the children. It is the second time this year that Jordan"s parental capabilities have been called into question. For Jordan it is a very tough time indeed, juggling her career with motherhood and having to combine a book promotion with Harvey's medical results.
"I'm seeing doctors about Harvey's diagnosis, but I've got my book launch this afternoon in Harrods so I'm going to have my hair and make-up done and dress as a mermaid while they tell me," she said. "It's crazy but it's the only way to fit in everything," she added. Peter criticised Jordan for taking her career too far, but admits the reality show is necessary for their image. "It keeps our profile up, and I love it," he said.