Katie Price has enjoyed a dose of precious mother-daughter time just days after suffering a public breakdown.
The embattled star was joined by daughter Bunny, four, as she attempted to train the £1,000 puppy she recently bought.
Despite her bankruptcy court date fast approaching, Katie bought the blue German Shepherd named Bear to keep disabled son Harvey, 16, company now that his four siblings no longer live at home full-time.
And Katie and Bunny were all smiles as they doted on the fluffy pup, before KP scooped the shocked-looking animal up for a kiss and a cuddle.
Her happy display comes just days after she broke down in a park as she was comforted by her nanny, Lauren.
- Katie Price breaks down and is comforted by her nanny amid bankruptcy battle
Katie and her daughter enjoyed some mother-daughter time
She scooped her surprise dog up for a cuddle
It’s not clear what set Katie off, but she’s due to find out whether or not she will be made bankrupt on December 6.
She’s also battling to get her children Princess and Junior back from ex-husband Peter Andre, who moved them into his place permanently at the start of summer.
She claims he will only communicate through their lawyers, and also recently revealed that her youngest two, Bunny and Jett, now split their time between her and dad Kieran Hayler.
Katie recently admitted she’s feeling lonely without her kids
At least she’s got Bear now
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"Harvey’s been really lonely in the house without the other kids," she recently admitted on a special of My Crazy Life.
"I miss having all five kids in the house at once. It’s been quite quiet without them all," she said.
"The hardest thing about a divorce is not having your kids and having to share them. But then again I would never, ever stop the kids ever seeing their dads because it’s not fair on the kids.
"But I hate it. When I go home and it’s just me and Harvs, it’s so quiet and lonely."
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