Katie Price And Carl Woods Obtain A Marriage License After Jetting To Las Vegas

Katie Price and Carl Woods obtained a marriage license in Las Vegas, records show.

It was widely reported in the press that the television personality traveled to the United States to marry her boyfriend, with whom she announced her engagement in April.

The couple obtained a license in Clark County, Nevada, and have one year to marry before it expires, PA Media reported.

It would be the fourth wedding for Katie, who had previously been married to Peter Andre, Alex Reid and Kieran Hayler.

Katie and Peter got married in 2005 after meeting on I’m A Celebrity … Get Me Out Of Here! and they had two children, a son Junior and a daughter Princess together.

Their relationship was documented by their shared reality shows, but they split in 2009.

She married cage fighter Alex in Las Vegas in 2010 before divorcing a year later.

Katie then married third husband Kieran in 2013, and while they separated in 2018 after renewing their vows a third time, their divorce was ended just earlier this year.

The couple also share a son Jett and a daughter Bunny.

Katie and Carl traveled to Las Vegas earlier this week after her recent stint at The Priory, and documented their trip on Instagram.

The former Loose Women panelist is currently awaiting trial after pleading guilty to drinking after a car accident in September.

After her arrest, Katie was charged with driving while unfit to drive through a drink, using a motor vehicle in a public place without third-party insurance and driving while disqualified.

Judgment was postponed until Dec. 15 on the condition that Katie undergo treatment, not commit any further offenses, and be banned from driving in the interval.

She recently shared an Instagram post praising Carl for standing next to her.

“This man stayed by my side in my most critical times and never did me any harm,” she said.

“The past four months have been difficult for him and I thank him for standing by me and giving me the strength I needed and support through again real real traumas caused by people I knew.”


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