Katie Price took her newborn daughter home from hospital yesterday evening (06.08.14).
The 36-year-old star gave birth to the little one, whose name is yet to be revealed, two weeks early on Monday (04.08.14) via an emergency caesarean section, and she couldn't hide her delight at being able to take the youngster back to her house for the first time last night.
Taking to her YouGossip site to give her fans the good news, a clearly excitable Katie wrote: ''Woooo hooooo here we go loving her new car seat (sic)''
The mother-of-five - who also has 11-month-old son Jett with cheating husband Kieran Hayler, and 12-year-old Harvey, nine-year-old son Junior and seven-year-old Princess from previous relationships - posted a picture of her daughter's new car seat to go alongside the message.
While the former glamour model appears delighted to have been able to take her and Kieran's newborn home, she wasn't quite so pleased with the state of her swollen feet following the birth.
Katie shared an image of one of her larger-than-normal tootsies and captioned the picture: ''Soo swollen (sic)''
The star allowed husband Kieran, 27, to be at their daughter's birth on Monday, despite discovering earlier this year that he had been having an affair with her friends Jane Poutney and Chrissy Thomas.
The former stripper - who is undergoing therapy for sex addiction - was said to have ''cried like a baby'' as his wife gave birth.
A close friend of Katie's said: ''When the baby was delivered, Kieran started crying like a baby. She feels the birth of his daughter has made him see the light.
''Kieran proved himself to Katie over the last week. He was dressed in scrubs for the operation and she loved it. She joked that the last time he was in clothes like that was for a stripping routine.''
Katie has vowed to stick by the plasterer as he undergoes therapy.
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