Katie Price had an emotional reunion with two of her children when they were finally able to see each other after a “tough” six weeks apart.
Her son Junior, 14, and 12-year-old daughter Princess were staying with dad Peter Andre before meeting up with their mother for the first time in over a month earlier this week.
She told The Sun: "I can't believe how much the kids have grown in six weeks - Pete's had them sleeping in grow bags!
"I welled up, it’s been a tough six weeks not being able to hug them. After five minutes together it was back to the usual fun and craziness."
Price, 41, has been isolating along with eldest son Harvey, 17, who has Prader-Willi syndrome and is partially blind.
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Due to his multiple health conditions, the mother-of-five has said Harvey is at "high risk of dying" if he were to contract COVID-19 and so it was preventing her from seeing her other children.
Meanwhile, her youngest children Jett, 6, and Bunny, 5, have been with their father, Kieran Hayler.
On Thursday, Price posted a video of herself and her eldest three children taking part in the Clap for Our Carers event as they all sported charity t-shirts designed by Harvey.
Andre lives with wife Emily as well as their two children, six-year-old Amelia and three-year-old Theo. His spouse is continuing her work as a doctor amid the coronavirus crisis, something which Price herself has praised.
She shared to the Mail Online she was grateful to her ex-husbands for looking after their children and to Emily for "being out there on the front line".