Katie Price and her family enjoyed the sunshine while also raising funds for a worthy cause over the weekend.
The 45-year-old former beauty model was accompanied by her sister Sophie Price, 33, and mother Amy Price, 71, to participate in the Royal Brompton & Harefield Hospitals Charity’s family fun run day.
Amy previously underwent surgery at the hospital to get a life-saving lung transplant after being diagnosed with idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF), a disorder that causes scarring on the lungs and difficulties breathing.
Katie and her children, Junior, 18, Princess, 16, Jett, 10, and Bunny, 9, ate ice cream in the heat while meeting with workers at the charity event.
Sharing a selfie with Junior and Princess in T-shirts about the cause to her Instagram page, she wrote: ‘My babies supporting their nanny today ❤️.’
The organisation also announced that a percentage of the revenues from Amy’s book about her disease and her famous daughter, The Last Word, will benefit the hospital and IPF research.
‘The staff at Harefield Hospital literally saved my life, they have extended my life expectancy so I can continue to watch my grandkids grow, and I am forever indebted to them,’ she said in a statement.
It comes after Katie has suffered flak from followers over her personal life as a result of social media posts involving her children.
Katie and her on-again, off-again boyfriend Carl Woods, 34, were seen bickering during an embarrassing TikTok Live discussion in one such post.
The pair bickered when Katie asked Carl to say hello to those watching, with Carl claiming he was busy ‘doing things that you don’t do, busy getting your children ready for bed.’
Katie continued to ask him to come and speak, with him hitting back: ‘Have you noticed in life nothing is Katie’s fault ever? It’s always someone else’s fault.’
Princess was also chastised after a photo was uploaded of her holding a shot glass, which she claims did not contain alcohol.
Instagram photos from the evening showed the family, including the 16-year-old, grabbing drinks from a tray and lifting them in the air for a toast.
Because the shot cups contained pink liquid, it was first unclear whether Princess’s shot contained alcohol, which caused worry.