Katie Price is seeing out the rest of her holiday after breaking her feet.
The former glamour model suffered a horrifying injury yesterday when she broke of her feet and ankles in an accident at a theme park during her trip to Turkey with new beau Carl Woods, 31, and her kids Junior, 15, and Princess, 13.
The 42-year-old will need surgery, but despite reports that she was cutting her holiday short to fly home early, she’s sticking it out until the end.
Katie’s representative exclusively told Mirror Online: “Katie promised the kids this holiday, and Princess needs it after going through a hard time lately.
“She always puts the kids first, and even though she’s in a tremendous amount of discomfort, she doesn’t want to let the kids down by making them fly home early. She won’t let this slow her down.
“A lot of people thought the kids were being sarcastic in Katie’s video last night when they said they were having the best holiday ever, but they weren’t, they’re genuinely having a brilliant time and Katie doesn’t want to ruin that for them.”
Since revealing her injury, Katie has been inundated with support and is eternally grateful for it.
Her rep added: “Katie is so grateful for the support she’s been shown and wants to thank everyone who has reached out.
“She’s especially grateful for the people who have been reaching out with concerns about how this could affect her mental health.”
Katie has been getting around with the help of a wheelchair after her accident.
She took to Instagram last night to share a dramatic image of her feet and lower legs wrapped up in plaster.
Katie won’t be able to walk for up to six months as she recovers from the accident, and will need surgery.
Sharing the image, she praised her boyfriend for looking after her.
She wrote: “Yes it’s true I have broken my ankles and my feet , I have to have both feet operated on and pins put in been told I won’t be able to walk for 3 to 6 months , @carljwoods is being amazing looking after me #reallove #bestgentleman #wordscantdecribemyloveforhim #hismyworld”
It’s said she faces months of agony and that doctors have told her she’ll need to have pins inserted in her feet and that she won’t be able to walk for a minimum of three months.
Recovery from the accident could see her unable to walk for twice as long.