Inside Katie Price’s £252 a night Thailand holiday as she splashes out ahead of her bankruptcy hearing | The Sun

KATIE Price and fiancé Carl Woods are currently living their best lives in Thailand.

The couple jetted off to the Southwest Asian country last week.

They have been staying at the Celes Beachfront Resort in Koh Sumui.

They splashed out on £252 a night for a hotel room, which has its very own outdoor swimming pool.

It also has a DVD -player, wireless speaker, coffee machine, smart TV and a minibar.

Katie and Carl have been making fans very jealous with their incredible snaps on social media.

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Earlier this week Katie showed off her huge tattoos as she visited a cosmetic surgeon

She was seen walking hand in hand with Carl as they headed to a surgery practice.

Carl also risked seven years in jail after stripping down for a sexy OnlyFans shoot while in Thailand.

Katie is headed back to court next year for a bankruptcy hearing but it hasn’t stopped her from visiting various luxury holiday destinations this year, including trips to Thailand and Portugal.

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Katie has already been on 11 holidays this year, including a recent visit to Sandbanks with fiancé Carl.

The Sun revealed that Katie dodged a court date for a THIRD time in June, amid her bankruptcy ordeal.

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Her next bankruptcy hearing is due to take place at London’s Royal Courts of Justice on 9 February 2023.

Katie, once worth £45m, was declared bankrupt in 2019.

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