Who says romance is dead?
Katie Price’s future husband has cheekily likened her to an animal in the pair’s latest outing.
The 42-year-old former glamour model spent the day at West Midlands Safari Park with fiancé Carl and her youngest children – Princess, 13, Jett, seven and six-year-old Bunny.
And the adults kept their social media followers updated with regular posts throughout the trip.
But it was Carl’s camel comment that could have landed him in hot water with his soon-to-be wife.
The car dealer, 31, mocked Katie by tagging her in an Instagram story with an arrow pointing to a camel’s lips.
In a zoomed-in picture of the camel, Carl said: “Here, look at that camel babe it’s got the same lip fillers as you.”
Thankfully for Carl, Katie seemed to find the funny side of it and replied with a sarcastic laugh: “You are so funny.”
Walking a thin line, Carl also commented on Katie’s choice of attire.
The Essex native shared a clip of Katie at a kiosk in the park dressed in a grey tracksuit with her hood up and protective face mask on.
He commented: “Look at the disguise on her!”
Katie’s posts were a little bit nicer. On a snap of the family, the mum of five wrote: “Family day out at another safari. With @carljwoods, @officialprincess_andre, Bunny and Jett.”
In the image, Katie’s blingy engagement ring took centre stage as the five of them posed for a selfie in their car.
Carl will be Katie’s fourth husband.
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She was wed to Peter Andre in 2005 after they found a spark on I’m A Celebrity, but split four years later.
She was also married to Alex Reid between 2010 and 2012 before tying the knot with Kieran Hayler in 2013.
She finalised her divorce from Kieran earlier this year and plans on marrying Carl within six months so her sick mum can attend.
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