Katie Price is spotted for the first time since revealing she's started IVF to have her sixth child

KATIE Price has been spotted out and about for the first time since revealing she's started IVF to have her sixth child.

The former glamour model was dressed head-to-toe in red and smiled as she walked her new dog, Sid.

Katie, 42, completed her eye-catching outfit with a pair of reflective glasses.

The star was seen leaving Leeds Dock with fiance Carl woods after the pair appeared on Steph's Packed Lunch to talk about their latest challenge.

The mum-of-five revealed yesterday she and Carl, 32, had started their IVF journey after desperate attempts to get pregnant.

In an exclusive interview with The Sun, Katie spoke of her plans to call the baby Miracle and her hopes that her terminally-ill mum Amy will get to see her have more children.

She said: “We’re going to call the baby Miracle.



“I’m doing this for my mum. She told me to have IVF so she can see us have kids. It will break my heart if she can’t.”

She added: “Last week we saw a doctor who reassured us we will have a baby.

“It is just how we do it now. Carl is getting tested because he’s never got anyone pregnant before.

“We don’t know yet but he might need medication to help his sperm.



"There’s obviously a reason why we’re not getting pregnant. Whatever happens, we’re having a baby this year.”

Amy, 64, suffers from idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis, an incurable condition that has left her with just 32 per cent of her normal lung capacity.

Carl revealed on Steph's Packed Lunch that Amy was desperate for another grandchild and regularly calls up to remind them to have sex.

He said: “You know the mum wants it when she rings you up saying ‘Have you done it, it’s ovulating day? Make sure you’re doing it."


The Essex car dealer also revealed he's been left terrified he may be unable to have children after using steroids when he was younger.

The controversial drugs – banned in most sports – are used to build muscle mass but can reduce sperm count.

He told host Steph McGovern: "I’ve got a history of using steroids when I was younger.

"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.”

Channel 4 cameras followed the pair as they visited a fertility specialist who told Carl: “We know past use of steroids usually does affect the sperm count."

He said: “When I was younger, I couldn’t see past my nose, so I used to use steroids when I was going to the gym.

"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.”

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