She is reportedly returning to court in an attempt to pay off her £ 3.2 million bankruptcy debts.
And Katie Price enjoyed some quality time with her fiancé Carl Woods on a stroll through Leeds after filming Steph’s packed lunch on Wednesday.
The former glamor model, 43, and her former Love Islander beau, 32, were joined by two puppies for the outing.
Couple: Katie Price enjoyed some quality time with her fiancé Carl Woods while taking a walk in Leeds after filming Steph’s packed lunch on Wednesday
Katie had a casual figure for the day and wore a bright pink T-shirt with matching white stripe track pants.
The reality star also wore a pair of white sneakers while complementing her outfit with a brown handbag.
The mother of five wore her dark brown locks in a cropped style and completed her look with a gold chain.
Carl also opted for a relaxed look, wearing a black sweater with gray sweatpants and white sneakers.
On the go: The former glamor model, 43, and her former Love Islander beau, 32, were joined by two puppies for the outing
Katie is reportedly returning to court in an attempt to pay off her £ 3.2 million bankruptcy debt.
Reports on Tuesday said the former glamor model was under pressure to repay the debt she owes after not attending meetings about it.
Katie was declared bankrupt in 2019 and pledged to repay £ 12,000 a month through an individual voluntary settlement, but this will now reportedly be reviewed in her upcoming lawsuit.
A source that speaks The sun claimed: ‘Katie has to come back next month – the debt is huge and it is unlikely she will be able to pay it all back.’
Casual: The reality star also wore a pair of white sneakers while complementing her outfit with a brown handbag
Outfit: The mom of five wore her dark brown locks in a cropped style and completed her look with a gold chain
Katie is reportedly owed the huge amount from her company Jordan Trading Ltd, and the source added: ‘She hopes the court understands why it is so slow.’
MailOnline has contacted Katie’s representatives for comment.
Last month, it was reported that the trustees say that Katie’s’ non-compliance ‘means they cannot discharge her and can claim a loan of £ 154,423 to help clear creditors’ claims totaling £ 267,769.
At the time, The Sun claimed that a report published by the liquidating company Moorfields said, “ I corresponded with the director’s trustee to determine whether future dividends might be paid to the director’s creditors.
Walk: Carl also opted for a relaxed look, wearing a black sweater with a pair of gray sweatpants and white sneakers
The director failed to attend the trustee several times and the director’s dismissal was subsequently suspended for non-cooperation.
“We have learned that bankruptcy creditors now total about £ 3,265 million.”
A representative of Katie told MailOnline at the time: “Katie continues to work closely with her receivers and creditors to resolve the terms of her bankruptcy.
“She remains committed to a positive outcome for all involved.”
Debts: Katie reportedly returns to court in attempt to pay off her £ 3.2million bankruptcy debts
According to documents filed under Companies House, Katie is still listed as a director of the organization after her brother Daniel Infield resigned as secretary in 2015.
Jordan Trading Ltd was founded by Katie in 2003 to oversee the star’s perfume and makeup lines, but an application was filed in 2017 to liquidate the business while Katie tried to manage her finances.
The reality star, who was once worth more than £ 45 million, was declared bankrupt in 2019 after the High Court found she had violated a plan to repay her debts, estimated at £ 800,000.
She was forced to give up her £ 2million 11-bedroom townhouse a month later after signing the ownership to a trustee.
Pressure: Reports on Tuesday said the former glamor model would be under pressure to repay the debt she owes after not attending meetings about it
Katie took out a second mortgage on the property in 2015, but faced monthly payments of £ 12,300, and is now believed to be £ 100,000 in arrears.
After years of incomplete renovations, the house was nicknamed the ‘mucky mansion’, with Katie even showing the extent of the mess in her reality series My Crazy Life.
In February, Katie revealed with little money that she was selling some of her furniture on Depop, including her fiancé Carl Woods’ old dining set for up to £ 1,500.
It also comes after reports that Katie ‘didn’t know’ that her six-bedroom Surrey rented house was on the market after it recently sold for £ 1.2m.
A source has claimed the TV personality is preparing to move into her third place within a year of deciding to move in between her beau Carl’s house and the £ 4,250-a-month residence when she got her ‘mucky mansion’ left behind.
Case: Katie was declared bankrupt in 2019 and pledged to repay £ 12,000 a month through an individual voluntary settlement, but this will now reportedly be reviewed in her upcoming lawsuit
The insider said: ‘It’s a real blow because she will have to move again. Katie had no idea the house was being sold, but now she has to move very quickly. ‘
They added to The Sun: ‘She usually lives with Carl but still has a lot of stuff in the Surrey house and stays there every now and then as it is close to Pete’s house and there is room for all the kids and all of them their room to have. Over there.’
Her representative confirmed, “This information had not yet been communicated and came as a surprise to Katie, who is still renting the property.”
The publication reports that the lavish house has been sold for the eye-watering £ 1.2 million on condition that it is rented out.
Mum of five Katie hopes to buy a home with Carl, who she has been with since June 2020.
A source said: ‘Katie has to come back next month – the debt is huge and unlikely she will be able to pay it all back’