Katie Price marriage declaration by Carl Woods unveiled to be awkward hoax
Carl Woods sent social media into meltdown after he appeared to declare that he wanted to marry and have children with Katie Price.
The surprise announcement came after a fan quizzed the former reality about his relationship with Katie.
Sharing the exciting messages with his 86,100 Instagram followers, Carl appeared to confirm that he had plans of getting hitched.
"Will you marry Katie? And do you want children?" the original Q&A asked.
"Yes and Yes," replied Carl.
Despite the initial excitement, hopes of wedding bells were quickly dashed when it was revealed that Katie's daughter Princess was in fact behind the messages.
"Hey guys it was all me. I answered all of these questions," Princess revealed to his followers later.
"I did six, not five," she joked, before Carl managed to snatch his phone back.
Although the wedding idea was a joke, Carl and Katie actually appear smitten and have even taken the leap to move in together recently.
The lovebirds, who met in July, appear to have gone from strength to strength and Carl has been fully supportive while Katie recovers from her broken feet.
The couple have even launched their own YouTube channel together and have shared lots of cute pictures together.
Katie has even called Carl her soul mate one week ago as she swooned over their future together.
"I can’t tell you how it feels to know that @carljwoods is who I will be falling asleep with today tomorrow and the future ️#finallyfeelcompleteagain #unbreakablebond #soulmate," she penned alongside a picture of Carl in bed.
Katie has even admitted that she would be open to getting married if Carl decided to pop the question, but in the meantime is considering taking his last name.
A source told the MirrorOnline : "While there is no talk of marriage plans per se – Katie is still in the final processes of divorce from Kieran – I can confirm that 'Woods' may well make an appearance in the capacity of something his 'n' hers binding in the very near future."
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