Katie Price filmed herself receiving her first Covid vaccine on Friday admitting she ‘hates needles’.
The former glamor model, 42, took to Instagram to document the moment, proudly declaring afterwards, ‘I did it!’
Katie captioned the short clip with: ‘Finally had my first covid and I hate needles, but it was actually over before I could start playing.’
Documented: Katie Price filmed herself receiving her first Covid vaccine on Friday admitting she ‘hates needles’
During the clip, the reality star seemed nervous when told to be ‘brave’ and at the end said proudly, ‘I did it, thank you very much.’
Katie joins an ever-growing list of celebrities who have gotten their Covid vaccine, including BGT star Susan Boyle, 59, and former Liberty X singer Michelle Heaton, 41.
Piers Morgan, 56, Sir David Attenborough, 94, Sir Ian McKellen, 81, and GBBO judge Prue Leith, 80, have all gotten their shot too.
Brave: The former glamor model, 42, took to Instagram to document the moment, proudly declaring afterwards, ‘I did it!’
Michael Eavis, 85, Lionel Blair, 92, and Marty Wilde, 81, are among the other stars who have announced they’ve had the coronavirus shot.
Ministers pledged to distribute vaccines to all 32 million in the top nine priority groups – including unpaid carers – by the end of April.
The vaccination comes after it was reported that Katie is in talks for a new TV show in which she would renovate her £ 2million home in Sussex, Sussex.
New project? The vaccination comes after it was reported that Katie is in talks for a new TV show in which she would renovate her £ 2 million mucky mansion in Sussex.
Katie revealed she is considering moving back to the spacious but run-down house in a YouTube video posted in early April.
It is now thought that the mother of five is hoping to document the home makeover as part of a TV show, where she will also give viewers “ smart hints and tips ” about DIY.
A source said The sun: ‘Katie works with a manufacturing company and it’s in development – and because the house is such a wreck, it would be a real transformation.
Lots of work: The star is believed to be hoping to document the makeover as part of a TV show, where she also gives viewers ‘smart hints and tips’ on DIY (mansion kitchen pictured)
She would do it all, showing fans how to transform their home for not a lot of money, but with Katie’s clever hints and tips.
“Everyone knows she’s hilarious in front of the camera, so everyone knows for sure a TV channel would take the opportunity to clean up the money and get behind the project.”
The star’s representative confirmed to the publication that there are some “ideas running around.” MailOnline has contacted Katie’s representative for a comment.
In December, it was confirmed that interior show Changing Rooms would return to the screens after a 16-year hiatus, switching to Channel 4.
However, in April 2021, it was reported by The Sun that Davina McCall has resigned her presenting appearance on reboot. The 53-year-old judge of the Masked Singer would host the Channel 4 show along with Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen.
But after the coronavirus pandemic wreaked havoc on her schedule and shifted production dates twice, she is said to be able to commit longer to the new series.
It is not known what production company or channel Katie could speak to about her own potential TV makeover show.
Meanwhile, fans recently got a fresh look at the ‘mucky mansion’ when Katie and her beau Carl, 32, visited for a YouTube video earlier this month.
Unconvinced: Fans recently got a new look at the ‘mucky mansion’ when Katie and her beau Carl, 32, visited for a YouTube video