Katie Price has reunited with all five of her children as she spent time with them together after spending time apart during the lockdown.
The mother-of-five, 41, had revealed how much she was missing her kids as both Jett, five, and Bunny, six, stayed with their dad, her former husband Kieran Hayler.
Son Junior, 14, and daughter Princess, 12, have also been spending most of the lockdown with their dad, Peter Andre, and his wife Emily.
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However, the children all gathered for a day out with their mum, as well as her son Harvey, 18, as they were pictured together on a stroll in the sunshine.
Katie looked thrilled as she ran around with the kids before they all held hands during their daily exercise.
It comes after Katie revealed how much she’s been missing her children as she isolated with Harvey, who is in the “high risk” category and is shielding.
When asked how she’s been getting on in lockdown, the doting mum said: “Believe it or not, I don’t mind my own company.
“But my mum is dying and the last time I saw her was two weeks ago. I couldn’t even go in the house. I was in the garden and she was in the conservatory.
“It’s so hard, but that’s why you’ve got to give it to the NHS and the carers out there who are helping everyone.”
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Katie added: “If I didn’t have Harvey, I would be a volunteer. Harvey is one of those who are at a high risk of dying if they get it, so I haven’t been able to see my other kids.
“It’s hard, but I’ve got FaceTime. In that respect I’m struggling – it’s been a month since I’ve seen them. But I can’t risk it for Harvey.”
Katie added that she was left in tears over being unable to hug her children.
"I welled up, it’s been a tough six weeks not being able to hug them.
"After five minutes together it was back to the usual fun and craziness," she told The Sun.
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