Katie Price surprises delighted children Bunny and Jett with personalised Love Island water bottles 

Posted on Jul 27 2018 - 3:35am by admin

Katie Price with children Jett, Bunny and HarveyKatie Price’s two youngest kids Bunny and Jett received personalised Love Island bottles [Katie Price/Instagram]

Katie Price shared a video of her two little ones Bunny and Jett unwrapping their personalised Love Island bottles on Instagram.

In the video, the former model asked her daughter Bunny: “What’s on that one?” as she unwrapped one of the water bottles, which have become iconic after their use on the ITV2 dating show.

After examining the side of the bottle, she responded: “J for Jett?”.

Bunny excitedly unwrapped their water bottlesBunny excitedly unwrapped her water bottle[Instagram]

“Oh, I wonder if there’s one with your name on it, have a look in there,” Katie said, pointing at a large box on the floor.

Bunny passed along Jett’s personalised bottle to her brother, saying: “This is for you” before discovering her own one.

Delighted to find her own Love Island bottle, she exclaimed: “Oooooh, this has got a B for Bunny!”.

Bunny showed her mum Jett's bottle before discovering her oneBunny showed her mum Jett’s bottle before discovering her own one [Instagram]

The kids continued to unwrap more PR giftsThe kids continued to unwrap more PR gifts [Instagram]

The children continued to got through other PR gift boxes that included new shoes, clothes and swimwear.

Katie thanked the company that sent the kids these gifts by tagging them in the Instagram Story video.

Meanwhile, the star is reportedly looking into selling her mansion in hopes of settling her debts.

Katie's house reportedly costed her £1.3 millionKatie’s house reportedly cost her £1.3 million to purchase[Instagram/Katie Price]

With “two charges and a bankruptcy notice” against the property, the Celebrity Big Brother winner is reportedly having to say goodbye to her luxurious home.

A source told The Sun Online that the Surrey mansion costs Katie around £10,000 a month to maintain.

The mansion cost a staggering £1.3 million when she purchased it in 2014, and includes a two bedroom annex, stables, a tennis court, a swimming pool and 12 acres of land.

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