KATIE Price has been targeted by anti-vaxxers who claims he got a "fake" Covid vaccine and insist she's being paid to endorse it.
The reality star, 42, received her first vaccine on Friday despite her fear of needles.
However, anti-vaxxers flooded the comments to insist Katie hadn't really gotten the vaccine – and that she was paid to promote it.
One person said: "What you pretending for, have you been paid to promote this killer vax"
Another added: "How much was you paid for this 😢😩"
A third remarked: "All these celebs being paid to push the vaccine 😂😂 I'll take my chances with my immune system thanks ✌"
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A fourth said: "Did u get paid to post this ?"
The mum-of-five flashed a huge smile when she was officially vaccinated, and she wrote alongside her video: "Finally had my 1st covid and I hate needles but it actually was over before I could start playing up 🤣"
As of yesterday a total of 9,416,968 Brits had received their second jab in the UK, taking all vaccines administered in the UK to 42,110,495.
UK cases dropped by 60 per cent in a month as 2,206 more people tested positive for the virus and another 35 died.
Compared to March 17, when 5,758 cases were recorded, the number of positive tests recorded daily have dropped by almost two thirds.
Some Katie Price fans wondered why she was so scared of needles, after recently having a tattoo of boyfriend Carl Woods' face on her arm.
She's also a fan of facial tweaks like botox and filler, as one fan said: "Love you Katie, but scared of needles??? you have botox and filler, behave yourself 😂😂😂"
However, another fan defended the star and hit back: "I don't like needles but can sit for hours having a tattoo done, it's a whole world of difference pain wise"
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