Katie Price’s kids missed first day of school because star made them stay in Turkey for her consultation with surgeon

KATIE Price’s children Bunny, 5, and Jett, 6, have missed their first day back at school after failing to return from a family holiday in time.

The kids were due back at their primary school today but are still in Turkey where Katie has been having a consultation with her cosmetic surgeon.

The Sun Online revealed last week that Katie, her two youngest children and oldest son Harvey, 17, flew to Marmaris together, where Katie met up with the surgeon who did her most recent facelift, eye lift and boob reduction.

Insiders revealed Katie was worried her face was oozing pus and not healing quickly – so took the family out to Turkey where she could get it checked.

Katie also flew out new toyboy Charles Drury who she had a wild night out with before he secretly flew back to this UK this weekend.

The reality star confirmed that she'd be returning to the UK today – posting "so upset it's back to school soon" on Instagram.

Mum-of-five Katie is also set for showdown talks with ex Kris Boyson on her return, who she dumped by text after hooking up with Charles.

A source tells The Sun Online: “Katie’s already on bad terms with the school, so getting the kids to miss the first couple of days of term won’t have gone down well.”

Katie is banned from the school playground after a row with ex-husband Kieran’s now-girlfriend Michelle Pentecost.

In June this year she plead guilty to "using threatening and abusive words or behaviour to cause harassment, alarm or distress" when she went off on a four-letter rant at Michelle after seeing her during the school drop-off.

Witness said Katie had accused Michelle of "f***ing my husband" and swore at her "multiple times" – and was fined £606.

Michelle was also given a five year restraining order against Katie, who is banned from any contact or approaching her.

Katie’s PR told The Sun Online: "Katie has a tutor with her and her three children on this trip. Katie takes the children's education seriously."


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