Katie Price and her fiancé Carl Woods are making the most of the relaxed coronavirus restrictions as they have jetted off on a second ‘baby making’ holiday to Portugal.
The ex-glamour model, 42, and her man, 31, have flown to a villa in the sun less than two weeks after an Algarve break. It comes after the UK government putting Portugal on the green post-lockdown travel list.
The couple are leaving little to the imagination about what they’ll be getting up to while they’re away after Katie branded their first trip a ‘baby making’ break.
Carl shared a snap of the passport control queue before giving his followers a sneaky peak at the pool and games room at their villa.
Taking a picture from her bed, reality star Katie posted a snap of a film playing on the television, writing: ‘Portugal night time movie.’
One-time I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! campmate Katie has made no secret of her desire to have a child with Carl and she has begun IVF in a bid to fall pregnant.
Carl gave his followers a look at the passport control queue at the airport (Picture: Instagram/carljwoods)
Katie Price cosied-up with fiance Carl for a movie night during their Portugal holiday (Picture: Instagram/katieprice)
The former Celebrity Big Brother housemate and Carl are trying for Carl’s first baby and Katie’s sixth, and the private villa will give them plenty of space from other holidaymakers.
The couple travelled to the country less than two weeks ago after Carl treated her to the £7 flights for her birthday and a project they are working on.
Katie and Carl made the most of the sunshine in Portugal to enjoy a barbeque (Picture: Instagram/carljwoods)
Currently, Portugal is on the green list amid the coronavirus pandemic, but travellers must still book and pay for Covid-19 PCR tests in order to be allowed to travel.
Katie shared snaps of herself in the sun on her first break, and clarified that she has been adhering to lockdown rules but was glad to get away as soon as it was allowed.
She told her followers: ‘So I’d just like to say that I’ve been dying for a holiday but I’ve been living and breathing lockdown with every other British citizen, not trying to make out that I’m an influencer just to get me to Dubai and other places to take pictures for Instagram.
‘So British public, British citizens I lived and breathed the lockdown like you, so now – if you can – book a holiday, but PCR tests – you have to do them, they are expensive.’
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