Katie Price and her husband Kieran Hayler have arrived home from Europe with their son Jett Riviera, who has been discharged from hospital after being born eight weeks premature in July.
Katie Price is back in the UK with her baby boy - who was born eight weeks premature.
The former glamour model, her husband Kieran Hayler and their son Jett Riviera have been back at home for the last week after Jett was discharged from a special baby care unit in a European hospital after being born early in July.
Katie took to her Twitter account to share her happy news, saying: ''It's been a week since me @kieran0322 and Jett been home haven't told people we are home as wanted to settle in! Thank you to all tweets x (sic)''
The brunette beauty - who also has 11-year-old son Harvey from her relationship with retired soccer player Dwight Yorke, and son Junior, eight, and daughter Princess Tiaamii, six, with her ex-husband Peter Andre - had to be rushed to hospital while on holiday to have an emergency Caesarean section after tests revealed she had an infection that could infect her womb putting her baby's life at risk.
It's a relief for Katie to have her baby home and safe.
She and Kieran kept a vigil by Jett's side while he was in hospital but were comforted by the messages of support they received on Twitter and by visits from their mothers.
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