KATIE Price has boasted about getting back behind the wheel after her driving ban was lifted last week.
The 41-year-old shared a picture of herself in a car, for the first time since she was disqualified in February, telling her fans: “I’m back!”
But her return to the road hasn’t been plain sailing after we revealed yesterday that she has already been pulled over by the police after her children were spotted without seat belts.
Speaking exclusively to The Sun Online, a source revealed: “Katie was stopped by police in Horsham, near her house, on Sunday early evening.
“Cops spotted that Bunny and Jett, who were in the back of the pink Range Rover, weren’t strapped in or in car seats, and pulled her over.
“She was mortified and so was Kris, who was also in the car.
She was disqualified from driving for three months in February, after she was found guilty of being nearly twice the legal limit while in charge of her £75,000 pink Range Rover.
Katie was “vomit-covered” as she was arrested in the stationary car on October 10 in Greenwich after partying at toyboy lover Kris Boyson’s 30th birthday bash.
The mother-of-five got her licence back at the end of May, but was stopped by the police just days later.
Jett and Bunny are Katie’s two youngest children, aged five and four respectively.
She shares them with ex-husband Kieran Hayler, and is also mum to 17-year-old Harvey, 13-year-old Junior, and 11-year-old Princess.
Katie’s rep had no comment when contacted by The Sun Online.
The former glamour model was first banned from driving for six months in February last year after being caught speeding.
She was pictured breaking the ban in July, turning herself in to the authorities for driving two weeks before she was legally allowed to do so.
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Katie’s disqualification was extended as a result, and furthered even more following the incident in October.
The star denied drink driving in court, insisting at the time: “I was never drink driving. There was no evidence at all of me drink driving. I rest my case on that.
“I was convicted because I had the keys. I was given a chance of having ten points in my license or to be disqualified for three months.”
She argued that a “mystery man” was driving the car when it crashed into a bush and another car last year, but the judge said that she was not a “credible witness”.
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