Katie Price is set to spend Christmas alone this year and will be without her children as they’ll be instead spending Christmas with their dads.
Mum of five Katie, 41, who is currently in a relationship with Kris Boyson , has five children, Harvey, Junior, Princess, Jett and Bunny, but she will be without four of them this festive season and will instead spend Christmas with Harvey.
And Katie is now reportedly “dreading” Christmas following the news that she won’t be with her children.
A source tells The Sun Online: "Katie is dreading this Christmas, as she only has her eldest son Harvey at home with her.
"She says she has nothing to stay in England for as Harvey is likely to remain in residential care, and hates the cold so is looking at going abroad instead.
"Katie has told her friends that she won't be able to afford decent presents anyway and is leaving it to the children's dads to splash the cash instead."
It’s thought Katie will jet off to warmer climates to avoid spending Christmas alone.
The source added: "Katie hates the weather here and is determined not to sit around in a freezing house feeling sorry for herself."
Katie shares two of her children, Junior, 14, and Princess, 12, with her ex-husband Peter Andre, and she also has Jett, 6, and Bunny, 5, who are children from her third marriage to Kieran Hayler.
Her first child Harvey, 17, lives in residential care during the week due to his disabilities.
This week, two of the former glamour models’ children have spoken out taking to social media to fight back against trolls .
Katie’s first born child, Harvey recorded an emotional video in which he asked trolls to stop bullying him.
Meanwhile, son Junior, 14, hit back at a troll who slated his mum on Instagram and told them to lay off the former glamour model.
On Thursday evening Katie, 41, filmed son Harvey, who suffers from Prader-Willi Syndrome and is partially blind and is autistic.
In the video Harvey can be seen holding a piece of paper with the slogan: "Give Us A Break! Bullying is WRONG. End of."
The slogan comes from Anna Kennedy Online, a charity that raises autism awareness.
Harvey says to the camera: "Please don't be horrible to Harvey."
"And what don't you want them to do to other people?" asks Katie from behind the camera, to which he replies: “[Don't] Be horrible to Harvey.”
Katie then asks: "And you don't want them to what?"
"Bully people," Harvey says.
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