Katie Price is excited about being back in the UK after giving birth to her fourth child in Europe and is planning a mammoth belated wedding celebration.
Katie Price is organising a boozy belated hen party.
The sexy star has spent her summer at a European hospital due to her son Jett Riviera being born eight weeks premature and needing medical attention, but now she's back in the UK the busty brunette is planning a trio of celebrations she's missed.
Writing in her column for The Sun newspaper, she revealed: ''Now I can't wait to finally let my hair down Pricey style and properly celebrate my belated hen do, birthday and wetting the baby's head. The Pricey's back!''
Katie married Kieran Hayler in the Bahamas in January, in a surprise ceremony, and then the couple had a marriage blessing in front of their friends and family in March in Weston-super-Mare, South West England.
The 35-year-old star - who has 11-year-old son Harvey from her relationship with Dwight Yorke, and son Junior, eight, and daughter Princess Tiaamii, six, with her ex-husband Peter Andre - has been enjoying some quality time with her husband Kieran and their newborn and are delighted that Jett is healthy and at home.
She explained: ''Like everyone, when you go away for whatever reason, you always look forward to returning to your home comforts. And believe me, after being overseas for six weeks I couldn't wait to walk back through my own front door.
''It's the small things you take for granted that I missed - normal-tasting tea, soaking in my own bath, British cheese, smelling my washing powder on our clothes. But most, most of all, to finally catch up with our families and share our new bundle of joy.''
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