Katie Price jets off on holiday with fiancé Carl Woods as travel rules are eased
Katie Price and her fiancé Carl Woods have jetted to Portugal as the travel ban has finally been lifted.
The couple were among some of the first Brits to leave the UK after the latest coronavirus lockdown rule change, which came in force today.
“Yesss finally @carljwoods a gorgeous break,” penned Katie, in a post to her 2.6million Instagram followers.
The couple are both pictured on a packed Ryanair plane as they jet away on their welcome break.
They are both wearing face masks, while former glamour model Katie wears a great hoodie to cover her head and Carl sports a baseball cap..
Carl then shared a short video clip of himself with Katie as they walked through an airport after landing.
“We made it! Sunshine!” while Katie gushes: “Waaaayyy!”
The pair were spotted touching down at Faro airport in Portugal and carrying their luggage as they headed out of the travel station and towards sunshine.
Katie and Carl both looked casual and comfortable on their trip – options to wear simple sportswear for their trip across the skies
The couple are trying for a baby and recently revealed they’ve turned to IVF to improve their chances.
But former Love Island star Carl has revealed he’s worried about his own ability to father children having used steroids in his 20s.
Speaking to Stephanie McGovern on Channel 4’s flagship daytime show Steph’s Packed Lunch, Carl, who is more than ten years younger than Katie, admitted he’s had his own concerns.
“When I was younger, I couldn’t see past my nose, so I used to use steroids when I was going to the gym,” he said.
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“Only when you get older do you realise when you do when you’re younger could affect you when you’re older. It’s worrying.
"It’s always been in the back of my mind what potential damage I may or may not have done when I was taking them.”
Starting from today, the ban on international flights has been lifted – but holidays are now governed by a new traffic light system.
Travel restrictions within the UK have changed to allow people to leave the country for vacation purposes – while until now foreign trips in 2021 have only been permitted for urgent reasons or for work.
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