Katie Price boasts about raunchy Carl Woods sex life despite horrific injuries

Katie Price has opened up on her sex life with her new boyfriend Carl Woods, insisting her accident hasn't slowed her down.

Katie, 42, smashed both of her feet after attempting to vault a wall and falling 25ft on the other side.

She had to have metal plates and pins put in both of her feet during an urgent surgery, and she thinks she is going to have two years without waling.

But despite being bound to a wheelchair, Katie has boasted that her sex life with Carl, 31, hasn't been ruined.

While gushing over her new man and how well he takes care of her, Katie revealed that she can still keep Carl happy between the sheets.

She told The Sun: "I don’t want my boyfriend to be my carer, but at least I can keep Carl happy in the bedroom. Nothing has changed there.

"I just can’t do it standing up, I have to crawl along the floor so I'm at knee height on him — he’s got no complaints!"

Katie also opened up about her horrific injuries, complaining that her feet look like they're in Saw.

In her latest Youtube video, Katie showed off her bandaged feet as she asked Princess to describe what her feet look like.

Princess said: "It's literally like from her heel down to there is like a massive scar like outside the skin."

Katie added: "It looks like something out of the movie Saw."

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She also told The Sun that she hates her scars from her surgery, adding that she thinks that they look like "Cornish pasties."

Katie is currently taking time off from social media to recover from the horrific accident, and has also revealed she has gone back to The Priory.

She said: "I was in The Priory at the beginning of the year and I came out a different person.

"Then this happens. It’s just bad, it’s just [bleep]. So mentally, it’s hard to cope.

"I am being treated in The Priory again because my mental health has been so badly affected.

"Everything has hit me so hard, not only am I in a wheelchair but I have to learn to walk again and I’m disabled. It’s humiliating."

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