Katie Price gives fans a glimpse of 'mucky mansion' with floors covered in litter before shopping spree in Homesense

KATIE Price gave fans a glimpse of her "mucky mansion" with floors covered in litter before her shopping spree in Homesense.

The former glamour model, 42, has recently moved back into her old house to renovate it – and has showed fans how much work is needed.

Katie shared a photo of one of the rooms on her home Instagram account, the Plucky Mansion.

The carpets were completely taken up, leaving a messy floor filled with cabinets, suitcases and shelves.

In the next room, boxes were piled up with random items on top of them.

She captioned the pic: "So many rooms to transform ✨"



Another room was in a similar state of disrepair, with the wooden underfloor on full show.

Wooden units lined the floor, near a space heater and a Manchester United sofa.

The floors were covered in mess and the far room was also filled with belongings.

She captioned this pic: "Need ideas what to do"


The reality star is moving back into her old home after staying at boyfriend Carl Woods' Essex house.

The property fell into disrepair after Katie struggled with her mental health and checked herself into The Priory in 2019.

It recently suffered a collapsed ceiling and a flooded kitchen.

Last year firefighters tackled a blaze at the mansion with neighbours convinced the property was burning down. 


The Sussex house is ideally located because it’s just ten minutes from her ex Peter Andre’s home, who she shares Junior, 15, and Princess, 13, with.

Katie is also mum to Harvey, 18 and Jett, 6, and Bunny, 5, who divide their time between her home and dad Kieran Hayler's.

The star also visited Homsense and asked fans for their opinions on a few items.

She asked whether she should get a Buddha ornament – with the majority saying "yes".


Other items included a long pink piano seat, which she captioned: "Got to have a bit of pink in the house.."

There were also a range of pillows, including soft small ones to velvet numbers.

She wrote: "Cushions, cushions, cushions… who doesn't love a fresh new set for your sofa?"

Finally there were rows of flowers and she asked whether fans preferred "fake or real" – with most saying fake.

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