Katie Price completes rehab at The Priory and is back with her family following drink drive crash

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Katie Price has completed rehab and has returned to her family following her involvement last month in a drink drive accident.

The former glamour model posted a photo of herself alongside son Harvey, 19, and fiancé Carl Woods, 32, on Instagram on Sunday, suggesting her court-ordered stay at The Priory was over.

Price has been in treatment following a car accident on September 28 near the village of Partridge Green in West Sussex.

The 43-year-old admitted drink-driving, driving without insurance and while disqualified at Crawley Magistrates’ Court and is due to be sentenced next month.

The court heard she tested positive for cocaine following the crash.

An image shared by police from the scene showed a car flipped on its side.

A source told the Sun: “Katie’s officially finished rehab and is now back at home – she’s completed the treatment and is ready to get back to work.”

Exact details of Price’s rehab order have not been disclosed.

Her sentencing was deferred until December 15 on the condition she would have treatment at The Priory, not commit any further offences, and be banned from driving in the interim.

She recently apologised stating she has “taken full responsibility for her actions”.

A statement given by her family to the Sunday Mirror read: “Kate acknowledges and takes full responsibility for her actions. She knows they were wrong and apologises. Kate is deeply loved and she loves her family.

“We are all there for her right now – and her children, who she loves dearly, are giving her strength as a mum.”

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