Her hectic love life has been well documented over the years.
And Katie Price revealed that she has now joined a dating app in the hopes of finally landing her Mr Right.
The glamorous model, 41, downloaded Love at First Swipe in hopes of finding “love and true happiness” online.
In search of love: Katie Price revealed that she had joined a dating app in the hopes of finding a new beautiful
Speaking to The Sun Online, Katie said that she had found a new life during the lockdown and hoped the app would be a safe way to find a man.
She said, “With the Covid lockout, what better and safer way to date. “
And a source close to Katie said the former star hoped to find love on the app.
They said: “Katie is thrilled to be part of this app launch and hope it will lead to a lot of finding love and true happiness.
Hope: the 41-year-old glamor model downloaded Love at First Swipe in hopes of finding “love and true happiness” online
“Katie is happier than ever with her independent single status and is looking forward to her date with the winner of the competition, Katie has gone through a lot but she certainly hasn’t lost her sexy and sassy side – Katie is in fire. “
Love at First Swipe is launching a virtual date feature where users can win a five minute speed date with celebrities such as Katie, Jack Fincham, Pete Wicks and Joshua Ritchie.
It allows virtual meetings via video call in the application.
Earlier this year, Katie was admitted to the Priory to treat post-traumatic stress disorder after being groped and gunned down with her children Junior, 14, and Princess, 12, in Africa from South.
The star of I’m A Celebrity has worked hard to get his life back on track after being declared bankrupt and a series of personal blows, including the separation of his fiancé Kris Boyson last year.
Former glamor model Katie, who used to be worth more than £ 40 million, went bankrupt last November after the High Court found that she had failed to meet an estimated debt repayment plan at £ 800,000.
Recovery: Earlier this year, Katie was admitted to the Priory to treat her post-traumatic stress disorder
A month later, she was forced to relinquish her 11-bedroom, £ 2 million mansion after signing the property to a trustee.
The house in West Sussex, where Katie lived with her children, included a swimming pool, tennis court and stables.
Katie took out a second mortgage on the property in 2015, but had to pay monthly payments of £ 12,300, and is now believed to be £ 100,000 in arrears.
After years of incomplete renovations, the house has been dubbed the “lucky mansion,” with Katie even showing the extent of the mess in her reality series My Crazy Life.
The star planned to turn his house into a wedding venue, and quickly began major renovations that were halted after being declared bankrupt, Katie forced to live in Harvey’s annex.
Quality time: Katie spent time with her three eldest children Harvey, 17, junior, 14, and Princess, 12, during lockout