Katie Price, 42, has shocked fans once more, this time by buying a new French bulldog puppy to celebrate her six-month anniversary with former Love Island star Carl Woods.

The broody reality TV regular has admitted she thinks the adorable mutt will take the place of a baby between her and Carl for the time being.

The loved-up couple will pick up the puppy, which has been named Precious, on Friday.

Mum-of-five Katie said: "Princess came up with the name.

"It's my six-month anniversary present from Carl. We might not have a baby, but this is our new baby together.

Katie aded to The Sun: "She's going to live with us at Carl's house. We're all so excited."

Katie and Princess were left heartbroken earlier this year after Princess' puppy Rolo was suffocated to death in a horrific accident.

The Mirror reported in July that the French bulldog "died instantly after being caught in the mechanism of the chair".

They added Katie wasn't in the room when the puppy died.

A spokesperson for Katie said that Rolo's death was the result of a "tragic accident".

Katie and Carl have been enjoying a whirlwind romance.

Since meeting, the duo have jetted out on a string of loved-up holidays including her doomed trip to Turkey.

During their break alongside her eldest children Princess and Junior Andre, Katie shattered both her feet after jumping off a wall during a trip to a theme park.

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Katie was rushed to hospital where both her feet and ankles were put in casts.

Upon returning to the UK, Katie underwent a gruelling six-hour surgery to try and fix her feet.

Despite the operation being a success, Katie is still unable to walk properly and faces a long road to recovery.

Taking to Instagram shortly after surgery, Katie told her fans how Carl had been her rock and hadn't left her side throughout the traumatic process.

Since then she has repeatedly referred to herself as Mrs Woods and spoken of her desire to have children with Carl.

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