She’s joined most of the United Kingdom in lockdown during the COVID-19 pandemic.
But Katie Price still ensured that she stocked up on the essentials as she headed to the supermarket on Thursday.
The TV personality, 41, displayed her incredible figure in a navy blue velour tracksuit as she wheeled a trolley of Marks and Spencer shopping, but appeared to flout social distancing rules by getting a passer-by to assist with loading her car.
Where’s your Bag For Life? Katie Price, 41, was still stocking up on the essentials during the COVID-19 lockdown as she headed to the supermarket on Thursday
No stranger to a bold fashion statement, Katie displayed her amazing figure in the tight navy blue hooded top and matching tracksuit bottoms.
The mother-of-five teamed the look with relaxed white trainers and reflective sunglasses as she wheeled the bags of shopping to her car.
Appearing to dodge the queues that have surrounded supermarkets around the country, Katie was solo as she wheeled her trolley back to the car.
Relaxed: The TV personality looked incredible in a tight navy blue velour tracksuit as she loaded the goods into her car
Busy: Katie stepped out in the beautiful sunshine in her cosy blue co-ords as she stocked up on the essentials in Marks and Spencer
Not self-isolating? Katie completed her laid-back look with oversized white trainers as she wheeled her trolley back to the car
That’s not two metres! Katie did seem to flout social distancing rules by getting a passer-by to assist with loading her shopping into the car
Glam: Katie kept her long raven tresses styled into a loose straight style as she packed her bags of shopping into the car
Despite recent government rules that members of the public maintain a social distance of at least two metres, Katie seemed to flout this rule as she loaded her shopping.
The star accepted the help of a male passer-by to load her bags into the boot of her car, before driving home with her purchases.
On Monday Prime Minister Boris Johnson ordered that all members of the public should self-isolate and avoid visiting friends or family that do not live in their household.
What did you get? Despite the recent nationwide lockdown, Katie didn’t seem to have a care in the world as she wheeled the trolley out of the supermarket
Friendly: It comes just hours after Katie shared her well-wishes to husband Peter Andre and his family, after he appeared on Good Morning Britain to speak about homeschooling his family
Big changes: On Monday Prime Minister Boris Johnson ordered that all members of the public should self-isolate
Spilling the beans: Katie had threatened to release a tell-all video detailing the secrets behind her marriage to Peter, saying in December she had ‘nothing to lose’
The government also confirmed that residents may only leave their homes for essential food shopping or exercise, and all must maintain a social distance of at least two metres.
Katie’s outing came just hours after she sent her love to ex-husband Peter Andre and his family, after he appeared on Good Morning Britain to speak about homeschooling his children during the lockdown.
The former glamour model posted a comment under a clip of the interview which Peter posted on Instagram.
Taking a break: Katie recently announced that she would be disabling her Instagram account for a short period, as she needed a break from the ‘horrible’ world of social media
Big spender: Katie was recently declared bankrupt after facing further legal action over her spiralling debts
Katie, who has been keeping a low profile of late, wrote: ‘Stay safe all of you,’ alongside a heart emoji.
The former glamour model had threatened to release a tell-all video detailing the secrets behind her marriage to Peter, saying in December she had ‘nothing to lose.’
Katie was recently declared bankrupt after facing further legal action over her spiralling debts, when she was pursued by creditors and the taxman after revealing she has spent her entire £45million fortune.
Scary: It also comes after Katie’s son Junior, 14, also revealed that he is showing symptoms of the coronavirus
Money dramas: The star’s bankruptcy came after she was pursued by creditors and the taxman after revealing she has spent her entire £45million fortune
Big shop: Katie still seemed keen to stock up on her essentials items as she wheeled the trolley to her car
Sources have claimed that Katie no longer cares about being sued by Peter or any of her other past loves because she doesn’t have any money left to give them.
In a radio interview she teased: ‘It will be explosive. They’re going to be named and shamed, I’m going to put people in their place- the Pricey is back and she is on fire.’
It also comes after Katie’s son Junior, 14, also revealed that he is showing symptoms of the coronavirus.
He took to Instagram Stories on Wednesday and said that while he has not been diagnosed, he was making sure he was staying safe.
Busy: The star needed some help filling up her car, before wheeling the trolley back to the shop