KATIE Price became a 'dinner lady' as she dished out children's chip dinners saying: 'I love it.'
The 43-year-old rolled up her sleeves to prepare a feast for her youngest daughter Bunny and pals after school.
Katie proudly showed off her massive cook-up to feed the hungry troops after school.
The mum-of-five beamed as she showed off her tray of chips, beans, breaded chicken burgers and more.
Her dinner guests looked delighted as they tucked in to their kiddie menu.
Katie's eldest daughter Princess could be seen at the back doing her homework.
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Katie filmed all of the kitchen shenanigans on her Instastories.
She was in her element as she showed off the trays of food.
The model said: "This is how I love my kitchen, when I'm like a dinner lady with all the kids. All the cooking.
"I love it."
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Katie was in great spirits as she revealed she's making amazing progress recovering from PTSD and teased a 'new chapter' starts TODAY.
The star was originally diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder in 2018 and entered The Priory for 28 days to treat it.
Katie has been keeping fans updated on her mental health journey.
It comes after she had another stint at The Priory when she went through a difficult time after she was involved in a horrific car incident last September.
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Katie told fans: "I'm so proud of myself and how far I've come changing the ways I now deal with situations that I've now learnt are my trigger points that I wasn't about to control before.
"Thank you to my therapists, consultant and my support network around me."
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