Katie Price wheeled into hospital by Carl Woods ahead of operation on broken feet
Katie Price was snapped arriving at the hospital with beau Carl Woods pushing her wheelchair ahed of an operation later this week after a nasty accident saw her break both feet
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Katie Price was snapped arriving at the hospital, pushed in a wheelchair by beau Carl Woods.
The mum-of-five, 42, recently broke both her feet during a sunny getaway to Turkey with Carl and kids Junior, 15, and 13-year-old Princess.
Katie revealed on her YouTube channel that she’d tried to hop a wall as a shortcut in a theme park, not realising how big the drop on the other side was.
She suffered hairline fractures and is expected to undergo an operation later this week.
Carl pushed Katie along in her wheelchair, the pair both dressed to beat the heatwave in summer garb.
Katie wore shorts and a loose fitting jumper, while Carl wore beige shorts and a tight blue T-shirt, allowing him to show off his muscled, inked arms.
Hunky Carl helped her out the car having parked up out front of Chelsea and Westminster Hospital in London.
A representative recently confirmed to Mirror Online that Katie would undergo surgery at some point later this week.
Meanwhile, it’s said her exes have stepped up to help out as much as they can after Katie’s injuries.
Ex-husbands Peter Andre – Junior and Princess’ dad – and Kieran Hayler, with whom she shares Jett, six, and Bunny, five, have offered what they help they can, according to reports.
A source claimed that they’re also chuffed Katie’s with solid bloke Carl.
The insider told new! magazine: “Kieran and Peter are being totally supportive, offering help in any way they can, and are happy that Katie is with a steady chap.”
They added that “chicken nuggets are out and chicken and fish salads are in” for Katie as she gets on the road to recovery.
A rep told us: “Indeed both Kieran and Peter are on hand to help out – this is going to be a long journey and Katie will need all family hands on duty to assist her with the children and everyday as she embarks on her rehabilitation programme.”