Katie Price is a busy working mum who juggles multiple careers including Loose Women panellist, business owner and author.
But she’s currently taking a break from work to soak up the sun with her family abroad.
A sweet picture posted to Instagram by Katie’s husband Kieran Hayler showed the former glamour model, 39, snuggling up to sons Harvey, 14, and Jett, four, while enjoying a night out.
Kieran, 30, simply added a love heart emoji as the image caption, letting the cute family moment speak for itself.
One fan replied to him: “You’ve got your priorities right! Ignore what people say about you and your wife…. They are jealous, judgemental people… keep happy, love wholeheartedly and be at peace!”
Another said: “Beautiful, you must be so proud Kieran.”
A third added: “Beautiful moments!!!”
Katie later joined Jett for a funny picture using Instagram filters, showing them both with bunny ears and noses.
Another snap showed eldest son Harvey getting ready to jump in a swimming pool.
She didn’t disclose the holiday location but did tell fans: “Perfect place for relaxation with the family and friends.”
It appears that Katie and Kieran are holidaying without her other two children, Junior, 12, and Princess, ten, who have been over in Marbella with their dad Peter Andre and his wife Emily MacDonagh.
Peter and Emily are also parents to daughter Amelia, three, and son Theo, who was born in November last year.
Meanwhile, Katie raised eyebrows in April when she revealed the last time she jetted off on a family holiday she was forced to leave Princess behind at the airport.
The star explained on Loose Women that she’d planned a family trip to the Maldives but when she arrived at the airport she was told Princess couldn’t fly as her passport was too close to its expiry date.
Princess only had five months left on her passport but the airline required six months for international travel.
Katie decided to leave Princess with a relative and fly on to the Maldives with the rest of her brood, with Princess catching a flight the next day via another airline.
“I told them we’ve all got to fly together, but they said she won’t be allowed to,” she said.
“Do I stay behind? Do we not go? Or do I go?
“There were no other flights the rest of the week where we could get seven seats so I had to leave her with a family member.
“She got on another plane with another airline the next day and it was fine.”
Hopefully there was no such drama on the latest trip!