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Katie Price and new boyfriend Carl Woods jet off to Turkey for summer holiday

Katie Price and new boyfriend Carl Woods jet off to Turkey for summer holiday
Katie Price has swapped the drizzly English weather for sunnier climes by heading off for a well-deserved break.

The 42-year-old, who has had a difficult few weeks as her eldest son Harvey was in intensive care, was in good spirits as she headed to Turkey with new boyfriend Carl Woods.

Holding hands and laughing at the airport, the former glamour model was joined by son Junior, 15, and 13-year-old daughter Princess.

Price captured the happy moment with her family on her Instagram Story, recording Junior as he sat next to Woods, 31.

“Do you know what guys, I love my little baby," she gushed. “And I love my man... gorgeous, look at his eyes."

Woods replied: “Man? I’m the little baby.”

Price then shared a picture of herself and Woods on the plane with her 2.3 million Instagram followers, captioning the snap: “So in love with my boyfriend,” and adding the hashtag #forever.

Price’s youngest children Jett, six, and five-year-old Bunny are not on the family trip, while Harvey also remains at home after being discharged from intensive care.

An insider explained to The Sun: “Doctors told Katie it would be better for Harvey's health if he stayed at home. She's heartbroken but of course she'll take doctors advice.

“Harvey will stay at home with his carer and Katie will still go – she's taking Princess and Junior and some of their friends and she didn't want to cancel their holiday and let them down, especially as Princess's birthday party was disrupted by Harvey going to hospital.”

The holiday away will also serve as a distraction after Princess’s puppy Rolo died weeks after she received the French bulldog as a birthday present.

In a YouTube video addressing the tragedy, Price explained: “It's just awful.

"It absolutely wasn't anybody's fault, it was an absolute freak accident. I still can't believe it, I'm still in shock."

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