Katie Price is suffering from ''really bad'' back pain as she enters the final stages of her pregnancy.
Pregnant Katie Price is suffering from ''really bad'' back pain and is ''struggling to walk''.
The 35-year-old star is currently expecting her first child with husband Kieran Hayler and has been experiencing unbearable pain as a side-effect of the pregnancy.
Katie is in such distress she has gone onto Twitter to ask her fans for some home remedies to help ease her condition.
She tweeted: ''My back was bad with all my kids when I was pregnant! This time I'm struggling to walk this is real bad really bad any ideas what will help?''
Her followers were quick to reply and many suggested massages, pelvic support belt, rest and relaxation while another told her to put frozen peas on her back.
But Katie admitted she'd already tried relieving her discomfort with a bag of icy vegetables, posting on Twitter: ''I tried cold peas last night on my back x''
And the business woman insisted rest and relaxation are not an option because her three other kids - 11-year-old son Harvey, from her relationship with soccer player Dwight Yorke, and son Junior, eight, and daughter Princess Tiaamii, six, with Peter Andre - are off school and ''bossing'' her around.
In other tweets, she said: ''I only rest at night as I have my children bossing me around all day lol ... I don't have a nanny in summer holidays as my kids are not at school so they have me 24 7 xx (sic)''
Katie has previously revealed this has been her most ''difficult'' pregnancy.
She said: ''I have moaned a bit this pregnancy because there have been things wrong, but it doesn't mean to say you can't do anything. I'm not going into detail but it has been more difficult. But the next few months I'm really looking forward to. There's lots happening.''
Although Katie's due date is still unknown she is in the final stages of pregnancy and is expecting to give birth ''soon''.
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