Katie Price’s beau Carl Woods jokes he’ll be ‘reported for dog walk’ after claims she broke lockdown rules

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After Katie Price reportedly broke lockdown rules, her boyfriend Carl Woods has come to her defence with a sarcastic comment for the haters.

The Love Island star, who treated his other half to two bouquets on Valentine's Day, took to his Instagram stories and shared a short clip of himself, Katie and her kids enjoying some quality time together.

Katie, 42, can be seen riding her horse with daughters Princess, 13, and Bunny, six, while son Jett, seven is riding his bike with Carl, 32.

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He sarcastically asked his fans: "Just a quick one, I just wondered if anyone out there would like to call the police and tell 'em that we're out on a dog walk?

"Cos a lot of you seem to enjoy doing that. So let us know!"

The former glamour model and her beau escaped being fined after travelling more than 180 miles to Shropshire to stay at a luxury cottage at Henlle Hall.

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The pair were stopped by Shropshire police and were questioned about their romantic getaway, which they said was for a photoshoot.

A representative for Katie told OK! Online: "The Shropshire Police have confirmed they are satisfied after questioning that both Miss Price and Carl Woods were there for legitimate business purposes."

"No fines were issued," the representative confirmed.

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West Mercia Police confirmed they hadn't broken any rules and said in a statement: "While we discourage this kind of behaviour and do not condone it, neither party was found to have broken the regulations, which allow for holiday apartments to provide accommodation for a person who needs it for work purposes, or to provide voluntary or charitable service.

“As we continue to deal with the Covid-19 pandemic it is important people adhere to the spirit of lockdown and protect the NHS."

The couple had previously said they enjoyed a "love cabin" in Carl's back garden, despite the pictures looking similar to Henlle Hall.

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