Katie Price calls police on herself to ask if she can deliver bath bombs after being reported for breaking rules

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After she was previously reported for breaking lockdown rules, Katie Price has called the police on herself to ask permission to deliver bath bombs to fans.

The mum-of-five, who showed off her brunette pixie cut, made the revelation in her newest YouTube video, which personally saw her drop bath bombs outside her fans homes.

Katie, 42, was able to get around lockdown restrictions after the police said it was fine for her to travel as she was filming.

In the video, the television personality is seen having a conversation with the police, who said: "I would say you are allowed to do it because it's part of your business."

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To which Katie responded: "I won't be doing anything to break Covid because of Harvey, that's why I'm checking with you guys."

One fan who received some bath bombs from Katie's collection enquired how the former glamour model could be travelling from her home in Essex during lockdown.

She told them: "I checked with police because everyone complained when I put it on social media, and they said it was fine because I was filming."

In a hilarious moment, another fan almost missed out on the chance to meet Katie after they mistook her for a regular delivery driver.

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The woman in question opened the door and didn't realise it was Katie herself at her door.

The fan asked: "For me?" and responded with "lovely" when the brunette beauty said it was a box of bath bombs for her.

Katie and boyfriend Carl Woods, 32, were visited by police on 25 February after they were accused of breaking lockdown rules as they drove to popular restaurant Sheesh to pick up a takeaway

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An annoyed Carl took to his Instagram stories to vent his frustration and said it was wasting police time.

He expressed: "I just had the police at the back door again. This time because we had Sheesh takeaway last night and someone reported us saying it's 'unessential' that we went to Sheesh to get takeaway.

"What is wrong with you people? You're just wasting police time.

"I'm just going to carry on, living the way I live and so is Kate because we're doing nothing wrong."

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