Katie Price takes love of pink to new lengths with bubblegum hair
Katie highlighted the new hue by wearing a pink tracksuit, along with furry white sliders and a matching gilet.
Katie Price has taken her love of pink to new lengths by getting her hair dyed a bright bubblegum shade.
The glamour model and Loose Women presenter had teased fans about an upcoming makeover earlier on Wednesday (17May17), sharing an Instagram post which read: "I feel another transformation coming", against a bright pink background.
It seems the colour of the picture was hinting at Katie's upcoming hair, which the mother-of-five debuted as she left the ITV studios later in the day.
Katie looked thrilled with her new locks as she was helped to the car by husband Kieran Hayler, and highlighted the new hue by wearing a pink tracksuit, along with furry white sliders and a matching gilet.
The 38-year-old has never made a secret of her love of pink, splashing out on a horse box in 2009, with the vehicle coming in a less than subtle in a bright pink shade.
The horse box is estimated to have cost a staggering £120,000, with Katie later launching her own range of glamorous equestrian gear.
Katie also famously wore a candy floss coloured wedding dress when she married now ex-husband Peter Andre back in 2005.
The extravagant nuptials cost over £1 million and were covered by OK! magazine, but Katie told Loose Women on Wednesday that she didn't enjoy the occasion.
"I didn't enjoy the wedding. I enjoyed getting married to him - but not the day," Katie said. "We did it for a magazine shoot. We had special lighting, pink carpet. It was ridiculous. I didn't see it all, then you have to do photos for the magazine."
Katie and Peter got divorced in 2009, with the model then going on to marry Alex Reid, before that union also came to an end. She seems to have found long-lasting happiness with Kieran though, and has also learned to get married on a smaller budget over the years.
"The last one (getting married to Kieran) was only about £10,000," she said. "We did it in the evening. Instead of having afternoon guests and evening guests, we invited everyone to watch us, then went straight into a hog roast."
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