Inside Katie Price’s £200 a night Spanish villa with bar and bed by the pool as bankrupt star has six holidays this year | The Sun
KATIE Price treated herself to a break in Spain recently – splashing out on a £200 a night villa.
The 45-year-old stayed in a two bed villa with its own pool, called Casa Del Amor.
The stunning property is right up Katie’s street with a huge zebra print mural on the wall in one room, while the other bedroom features a bright floral design.
Just like Love Island itself the home, which is located in Murcia, has a impressive private pool and sun terrace with Cabana and bar.
The owner of the home shared a picture of Katie their – showing off her famous pout – and they wrote: “Katie Price pictured recently enjoying a relaxing week at my Villa, Casa Del Amor 🦩 wrapping up its busiest year to date with back to back guests all year round.
“This 2 bedroom Villa with its own private pool sits in a prime location on the 5 star La Torre Golf Resort in southern Spain, where guests can enjoy high temperatures, even as late as November!”
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Katie, whose bankruptcy issues are rumbling on, has managed to enjoy a number of holidays this year.
She has been to Thailand, Ibiza, Turkey and Spain a couple of times.
Katie is next due to appear in court in February of next year for her bankruptcy hearing after multiple delays.
Mum-of-five Katie has failed to keep up with her monthly repayments of £1,200 to clear the hefty sum owed to multiple creditors.
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Katie recently insisted that she "isn't broke" during a Q&A on a TikTok live with her followers.
She said: "I live in my own £2.2million house, I own it, nobody can ever take it away from me.
"I wouldn't call that broke, would you?"
And in January, she said that being declared bankrupt was "not the end of the world", adding: "Lots of people go into bankruptcies, and I think it's quite good that I am in a bankruptcy – it's made me re-value things.
"Everything in my life is now in place, never be embarrassed about being in a bankruptcy."
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