KATIE Price was at her glamorous best as she soaked up the sun with fiancé Carl Woods in Portugal yesterday.

The lovebirds beamed for photos as they sat by the sea at sunset on their romantic trip.

Wearing a denim crop top with frilly sleeves, Katie perched on her man's lap.

She wore her extensions in an updo and a face of subtle but glam makeup.

She wrote on Instagram: "Summer loving @carljwoods [heart and ring emoji]."

Followers approved of the look, with one writing: "She does look back to herself again."

Another said: "Katie your so beautiful."

While a third complimented her: "Kate you look stunning wow."

Earlier in the trip Katie embraced her natural short hair.

The 42-year-old showcased her slicked-back do in a short video and admitted she was "loving" her natural look.

She captioned the video: "I’ve been persuaded by @rossmfraser @collectionshair to go au naturel and embrace my short hair tonight.

"Thanks for getting me ready. I love it! What do you guys think?"

Katie was inundated with comments as fans agreed and complimented her shorter 'do.


The post came after The Sun revealed Katie is filming a wig documentary with alopecia sufferers.

The TV star is keen to tackle the stigma around baldness and alopecia – the autoimmune condition that causes hair all over the body to fall out.

She's teaming up with Channel 4 show Steph's Packed Lunch on the candid mini-film as sources say it's a topic that is very close to her heart.

Our TV insider revealed: "Wigs have played a significant role in Katie's career.

"She has a huge collection at home and often relies on hair extensions to feel glamorous, and she had treatment for stress alopecia last year.

"But she has shown off her natural hair on her YouTube channel and in her TV appearances recently, and the reaction from fans has given her such a boost," the source added.

"Katie knows that hair loss is a sensitive topic for many people. She hopes the mini-documentary will lift the veil on that and help people who may feel like they are suffering."

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