Katie Price has jetted to Thailand with her eldest son Harvey after being banned from taking the rest of her kids on the trip.
The bankrupt former glamour girl, 41, didn't let her woeful finances hold her back as she splashed the cash on a luxury holiday over New Year.
In the early hours of New year's Day, Katie shared a picture of her lavish hotel room and revealed she'd gone solo with Harvey, 17.
She wrote: "New day, new start, new year, wait and see my comeback independent women side [sic].
"Before it all begins I've come away with just me and my Harvey bear!"
Katie had wanted to take her other four kids along too, but was reportedly not allowed by their dads.
She shares Princess and Junior with ex-husband Peter Andre, and Jett and Bunny with Kieran Hayler, but both dads are believed to have been concerned about the possibility of the children missing the first few days of school.
A source told The Sun : "Katie is desperate for a holiday and has given herself the first two weeks off work to go away and get a tan.
"But Kieran and Pete weren't keen on her taking the kids away on a long haul holiday. Katie is always a bit disorganised when it comes to booking return flights, especially if she’s talked a friend into paying for them.
"I think the kids’ dads were worried they’d miss the first few days of term in January, which isn't fair on them."
Peter has also jetted off on holiday, taking Junior and Princess away to a luxury resort in the French Alps, with his wife Emily, and their two kids Amelia and Theo.
The singer shared a video of Princess and Junior playing Monopoly by a roaring fire in the snow-topped lodge where the family are staying, before they all hit the slopes for skiing the next day.
It comes after Princess and Junior spent Christmas Day with Pete, but went to see their mum on Boxing Day, when they got to open their presents.
Since their 2009 divorce, Katie and Peter have an agreement where they take turns to have their kids over the festive season.
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