Katie Price had fans in stitches as she tried to pronounce her boyfriend’s name after fans pointed out that she had been pronouncing it ‘wrong’.
The 42-year-old former glamour model appeared in a social media video where she tried to explain herself before attempting to articulate Carl Wood’s name the correct way.
In the hilarious clip, the mum of five sat at a table while speaking directly to her 2.3 million Instagram followers.
The television star made sure her makeup was perfected for the clip, but cut a casual figure as she lounged about with her loved ones.
She told her followers: “So many people keep on saying that I call Carl -C-A-R-L- “Cole,” when I know I should be saying “Carl.”
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Katie really tried to pronounce Carl the correct way by dragging out all the words, much to the hilarity of the person recording.
She then tried to make her boyfriend watch her Instagram story, by shouting his name across the room.
Carl appeared to ignore the plea and pulled a gesture toward the camera.
Katie’s latest social media clip came shortly after it was revealed that the reality star is already ‘using Carl’s last name’ as her own.
The pair appear to have gone from strength to strength ever since they met in July of this year.
Rumours have since swirled that Katie might be thinking to get a number plate that reads K WOODS for her car and scooter.
An insider since told the MirrorOnline: “While there is no talk of marriage plans per se – Katie is still in the final processes of divorce from Kieran – I can confirm that ‘Woods’ may well make an appearance in the capacity of something his ‘n’ hers binding in the very near future.”
Katie is currently being nursed back to health with the help of her boyfriend, who has been able to push his girlfriend around in her wheelchair as she recovers from her broken feet.
The couple even recently enjoyed a lavish meal together at a swanky London restaurant and enjoyed a photo op at Shaka Zulu.
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