Katie Price taking time away from spotlight to heal after breaking feet

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Katie Price outside Bexley Magistrates' Court following her drink driving trial where she was banned from driving for three months, adding to the ban from earlier this year for driving while disqualified.
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Katie Price has announced she is taking a break from the spotlight after breaking both her feet.

The star, 42, broke both ankles and both feet during a holiday in Turkey earlier this summer and is now taking a step back to give herself time to heal from the painful injury.

A message on her Instagram account said: “Katie is taking some time out of the media spotlight.

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“Her family and Dr's have told Katie that she must rest in order to heal.

“Katie wants to thank everyone for their ongoing support and will be back when she feels ready.”

Many fans posted messages of support following the news.

“Good for you, rest and don't listen to any b******* out there, get better and come back stronger,” said one fan.

“Wishing you a speedy recovery!” said another.

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“You’ll be back to your best in no time,” said another.

Others assured the star that she had “made the right decision”.

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Price broke both ankles and both feet when she leapt over a wall during a holiday in Turkey with her children Princess and Junior and her new beau Carl Woods.

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At the time she told her followers on social media that she wouldn't be able to walk for up to six months.

Going into detail in a video posted to her YouTube channel, she said that the injury was “the most painful thing ever”.

“Like when I was trying to put the cast on, I was screaming in pain,” she added. “They said I won’t be able to walk for three to six months.”

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