Katie Price and her sister Sophie were getting into the festive spirit on Sunday.The girls took to the roads together, a car full of boxes, belting
Katie Price and her sister Sophie were getting into the festive spirit on Sunday.
The girls took to the roads together, a car full of boxes, belting out the Home Alone soundtrack.
This comes amid the ongoing drama Katie, 43, is facing, having been assaulted in her home – with rumours swirling about the state of her romance with fiancé Carl Woods.
Merry Christmas! Katie Price and her sister Sophie were getting into the festive spirit on Sunday
But all that was forgotten as she sat in the passenger seat of Sophie’s car, festive songs from the 1990 holiday film starring Macaulay Culkin blaring out on the speakers.
Chowing down on a toasted sandwich, Katie filmed herself saying: ‘We’re getting in the Christmas spirit aren’t we Soph… I love the Home Alone track!’
They both started singing, getting the words wrong, and bursting into laughter.
Katie has clearly been seeking solace in the form of her closest gal pals of late.
Sing-along! The girls took to the roads together, a car full of boxes, belting out the Home Alone soundtrack
She and best friend Michelle Heaton spent the day together on Wednesday, having both posted about Michelle’s recovery from alcohol addition, which Katie was instrumental in.
Proving Michelle is doing incredibly well, the duo larked around at Katie’s home, trying on clothes and laughing.
Katie posted a video of Michelle, 42, enjoying her carefree afternoon – a far cry from the shocking throwback that was shared earlier this week of Michelle at the height of her alcoholism.
Girl time: Friends Katie Price and Michelle Heaton spent the day together on Wednesday, enjoying some much-needed girl time
Katie had re-shared Michelle’s post, captioning it: ‘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’.
Michelle had shared the shocking picture of herself on Instagram on Tuesday to celebrate 20 weeks of sobriety which saw her before she went into rehab with puffy and bloodshot eyes.
Happy again: Earlier this week, both women posted about Michelle’s recovery from alcohol addition, which Katie was instrumental in. And proving Michelle is doing incredibly well, the duo larked around at Katie’s home, trying on clothes and laughing
Shocking: Michelle Heaton, 42, shared a picture of herself on Instagram on Tuesday that was taken in the depths of her active alcohol addiction, showing her with puffy and bloodshot eyes
She captioned the image: ‘This picture is not to shock, it WAS my reality! 20 weeks ago this was me – Ruined – the second is me today – Saved…
‘It’s National Sober Day And it encourages us to celebrate Sober life and bring awareness to addiction.
‘It’s also National Recovery Month, and today supports removing the stigma associated with addiction. It opens the lines of communication that lead to better understanding. The day provides an opportunity to build educated support networks.
‘Success is more likely when systems are paved with an aware, loving, and honest cheering section.
Staying strong: Michelle shared a heartfelt caption with her post, encouraging people suffering with addiction to seek help
‘If we stumble, aren’t we more likely to get back up again when we have a solid support system?
‘Encouragement of one day fuels more support and awareness, leading to long-term sobriety. That’s something worth celebrating! The opposite of addiction is a connection.
‘Recognising this provides a model for future generations who will be my picture one! And then the second picture demonstrates how to enjoy life alcohol-free, the day will embolden future generations to say no to alcohol.
‘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.’