Katie Price and Carl Woods escaped the dreary weather of the UK by flying to St Lucia for their fourth holiday in two months.
The star was previously in Turkey for her cosmetic procedures and now that she's healed, the star and her fiancé Carl jetted off to the Caribbean island.
Former Love Island star Carl took to his Instagram Stories to share a clip of them heading to a helicopter ride.
Katie's daughter Princess, who she shares with ex Peter Andre, is also there and threw up a peace sign.
The couple also brought along 19-year-old Harvey - the son she shares with Dwight Yorke.
Harvey seemed extremely excited to get on the helicopter to enjoy the gorgeous views of the island and ocean.
Katie also previously travelled to Portugal and Spain.
While the family were still at the airport in England, they kept their destination a 'secret'.
Carl asked Princess in the video posted at the terminal: "Where are we off to?"
She replied: "It's a secret."
Turning to Harvey, Carl also asked him: "Where are we going?"
Harvey was keeping tight-lipped as well, simply replying: "Secret."
Carl continued to filmed as they were carried through the airport, telling the camera: "It's all going off in the airport. We're on a little cart."
Her latest holiday comes after she was left 'devastated' that some of her fans were taken in by a conman she promoted.
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Katie was promoting Josh Chandler to her 2.6 million followers, saying that he was a currency "whizz".
It has since been alleged that he was a conman and some of her followers lost month's worth of wages after dealing with him.
Katie has since released a statement, in which she explained the situation and said that she had been "conned" by him as well.
She said: "I am absolutely devastated to receive the news about this rogue trader Josh Chandler, if that’s even his real name, he has conned not only me but my family, friends, loyal fans and supporters."
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