Katie Price gets blow dry from new friend she made in rehab at The Priory

Katie Price has returned to her signature pampering ways after leaving rehab as she shared with followers herself being treated to a blow by a new friend she met at The Priory.

The 43 year old returned home from The Priory at the beginning of the month after completing treatment she was ordered to take by a judge following her car crash in September.

Katie admitted at the time to police that she had been drink-driving and is currently recovering at home after rehab as she awaits her upcoming court date on 15 December.

The media personality let go of any worries she might have about the situation however, as she enjoyed a blow dry from her new friend she made whilst staying The Priory.

“Evening blow dry with @suzwalks30, found her when I was in The Priory,” Katie said in a video uploaded to Instagram Stories.

She looked in happy spirts as she filmed herself sitting down wearing a pink T-shirt with half her blonde hair pinned up as her friend – who flashed a smile at the camera – gave her the special treatment.

Katie got in trouble with the law after testing positive for cocaine and alcohol when she flipped her BMW. The former glamour model was banned from driving at the time of the collision.

She has been warned not to commit anymore crimes leading up to her court date and she could possibly go to jail over Christmas if given a custodial sentence.

The mother-of-five looks to be taking her current regulations seriously as she has stayed at home to focuses on business, launching her make-up range for children and adults after returning home.

Katie hasn’t been recovering all on her own though as she thanked her family on Instagram for their ongoing support, as well as her partner Carl Woods, who she gave a tribute to on the platform.

“This man has stuck by me in my most critical times and never done me wrong,” she captioned a photo of Carl three days ago.

“The past 4 months have been challenging for him and I thank him for standing by me and giving me the strength I needed and support through yet again real actual traumas caused by people who I knew.”

Katie previously visited The Priory in 2018 for 28 days after suffering with PTSD and read many self-help books during her most recent time there to get her through the experience.

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