Katie Price reunites with best friend Michelle Heaton after star reveals she got singer into rehab for alcohol abuse

KATIE Price reunited with best friend Michelle Heaton today after revealing she got her pal into rehab for alcohol abuse.

The pair were seen trying on a range of new slippers in Katie's "mucky mansion" home.

The 43-year-old star shared a video of Michelle smiling on her Instagram stories and the former Liberty X singer was glowing with health.

It comes after Michelle, 42, bravely revealed shocking photos of her swollen bloodshot eyes alongside a much healthier pic as she opened up about her addiction battle and urged others to seek help.

Yesterday, Katie shared Michelle's incredible post and said: "This is a picture of before and after of my incredible strong best longest loyal friend ever, asking for help that she needed is the hardest step you can do, I’ve done, she has done it, I helped her too.

"This is the website @wonderwomanshel recommends that helped her www.alcoholics-anonymous.org.uk, everyone can suffer mental health never be afraid to talk and ask for help, this picture was taken a week before I finally got her help ❤️ love you always".

The photo was taken just 20 weeks ago, with Michelle confessing earlier this year that she was days from death following a three-year cocaine and booze binge.

The star was only saved thanks to an intervention from her husband and showbiz friends, including Katie, who booked her into a rehab centre.

The mum-of-two is now clean following her four-week stay at The Priory and has marked National Sober Day and National Recovery Month with the stark comparison photos.

She poignantly penned: "This picture is not to shock, it WAS my reality! 20 weeks ago this was me – Ruined. The second is me today – Saved."

Michelle stressed that she wants to help remove the stigma of addiction, adding words of advice and encouragement from 'the national day calendar'.

She added: "Today I am stronger mentally and physically better then I’ve ever been. One day at a time. For anyone who needs help with addiction, there is help out there."

Michelle shared links for both Alcoholics Anonymous and the NHS' Getting Help: Addiction page.

In May, Michelle – who is married to husband Hugh Hanley – bravely spoke about her battle with drink and drugs.

Speaking to The Sun just 36 hours after leaving rehab, Michelle said she had been downing up to two bottles of wine and a bottle of vodka virtually every day since 2018, and snorting cocaine.

In The Priory she was told that a healthy level of the enzyme GGT in the blood — which indicates how damaged a person’s liver is — was 30 or less. Hers stood at 2,500.

She said: “They had never seen a girl come in who registered that high. A therapist said to me, ‘We didn’t know if you were going to make it’.”


If you think that you have a drug addiction then please contact your GP.

You can also visit FRANK for honest information about drugs and to find local treatment services.

If you are having trouble finding the right help, call the FRANK drugs helpline on 03001236600

Or click here to visit the NHS website for more advice and support

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