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Katie Price has been seen jetting off to a mystery location after being left devastated by a rouge trader, who allegedly conned her fans out of thousands.
The 43 year old was seen at an airport on Friday 30 July with her fiancé Carl Woods and two of her children Harvey, 19, and 14 year old Princess.
In one clip, posted on 32 year old Carl's Instagram story, sees the group waiting in an airport lounge before being escorted in a vehicle.
Carl is seen asking Katie's daughter Princess: "Where we off to?"
To which the teen says: "Secret," before Carl adds: "It's a secret."
He then pans the camera to Harvey and Katie and asks them to same question. Harvey says "secret" as Katie cheers.
Carl is all smiles as the group are escorted in an airport vehicle, in another clip.
As the former Love Island star films Princess with her head in her hands he asks: "What's the matter? Don't you like it?
"Look we're in a little car going through the airport." Turning the camera to his wife-to-be, he asks: "Do you like it?"
Katie, who recently admitted she's only ever paid for two boob jobs, added: "I'm trying to be in disguise but everyone's noticing Harvey Price!"
Later, Carl shares more clips of the family walking towards a helicopter in the sun soaked destination.
Harvey looks delighted with the mode of transport as he smiles while walking next to Carl. Katie's hubby-to-be says to Harvey: "What do you think of the helicopter? I bet you can't wait!"
The family trip comes as Katie was left devastated following reports that some of her fans were scanned out of thousands of pounds by an alleged rouge trader known as "Josh Chandler".
The mum-of-five, 43, was paid to promote the "investor" and "mentor" to her 2.6million Instagram followers, according to The Sun.
One of Katie's fans allegedly lost out on almost the entirety of her £1,140-a-month salary.
Katie has since released a statement to reveal she is "devastated" by the news and feels "conned" by the so-called Josh Chandler.
She said: "I am absolutely devastated to receive the news about this rogue trader Josh Chandler, if that’s even his real name, he has conned not only me but my family, friends, loyal fans and supporters."
Her representative added to the Daily Star: "Katie would never knowingly engage in a social media endorsement if it were questionable. This recent information has left her devastated.
"It’s not only her loyal supporters and fans who have been deceived but she, herself, is a victim of a professional organisation. Katie is not the only celebrity to have been targeted."
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