Katie Price, 41, claims she’s planning a wedding and a baby next year after getting back together with Kris Boyson

KATIE Price, 41, has claimed she’s planning a wedding and a baby next year after getting back together with Kris Boyson.

The mother-of-five has already been married three times, but hasn't ruled out the possibility of heading down the aisle again in the future.

Appearing on Flex FM this morning, Katie claimed with a laugh: "Next year maybe a baby and a wedding."

Katie already has five children; eldest son Harvey, 17, son Junior, 14, and daughter Princess, 12, from her first marriage to Peter Andre and youngest children Jett, six, and Bunny, five, from her third marriage to Kieran Hayler.

Earlier this week, The Sun Online exclusively revealed how Katie had reunited with toyboy fiance Kris Boyson, 30, following her fling with Charles Drury.

This week she unfollowed Charles on social media after he refused to sign a document promising not to spill her secrets.

Now Katie is making another go of things with Kris after she went crawling back.

A source exclusively told The Sun Online: "He's taken her back and they're already moving some of his things back into the house.

"They're officially back on – everyone's shocked that he didn't make it harder for her, but they're back to being loved-up again like they never split up".

However it hasn't all been good news for Katie this week, after she was banned from driving for a second time today.

Katie refused to tell cops who was behind the wheel when her pink Range Rover crashed last year.

She failed to appear at the Bexley Magistrates Court sentencing and was slapped with six penalty points and the ban.

She previously pleaded guilty to failing to tell police who was driving her £130,000 car, in the smash in October 2018, in Bexley.

Price's lawyer wrote a letter asking for an adjournment, but District Judge Robert Hunter refused the request.

The glamour model already had six points on her licence for previous offences.

Sentencing her today, the judge also gave Price a £440 fine, £100 costs and a £44 surcharge.

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