Katie Price has given fans a tour of her boyfriend Carl Woods’ huge home complete with a hot tub area and plenty of space for her five children to play.
The former glamour model has been spending much of her time round her boyfriend of six month’s pad, meaning fans have been given a number of peaks inside.
The 31 year old car dealer welcomed Katie ,42, and her brood to move in with him during the national lockdown.
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The huge kitchen with a dining table and breakfast bar has provided the perfect space for Katie’s kids to get on with their homeschooling.
The reality star shares her children Junior, 15 and Princess, 13, with her ex-husband Peter Andre, and is also a mother to her son Harvey, 18, Jett, seven, and Bunny, six.
Once the children are asleep, Katie and Carl can relax and watch his huge TV in the living space.
Their latest TV pick is ITV’s latest offering The Cabins which is supposed to be an alternative for Love Island fans after the show was cancelled due to the pandemic.
The living room also boasts an art collection of photography featuring similarly glamorous ladies to his famous girlfriend.
Katie has been doing filming for her YouTube channel in the top bedroom which features a grey colour scheme and matching bedding.
The property even boasts a sunbed room, with one each for Katie and Carl, and a hot tub area and huge garden with plenty of space for the kids to play.
Katie excitedly took to Instagram to tell fans she was finally being introduced to Carl’s nearest and dearest.
Confident she’d win over Carl’s mum, Katie said: “Guess what guys? I’m meeting mummy Woods tonight. Woohooo! Mummy Woods! Yes!”
Katie and Carl met six months ago, and she has already decided that he is her “soulmate”.
Despite knowing each other just over half a year, the pair each committed to tattoos of each other’s faces.
The couple went on a “baby making” trip to the Maldives prior to lockdown, so could we be hearing the pitter patter of tiny feet very soon?