KATIE Price hinted she's married Carl Woods after sharing pictures from inside a "beautiful" chapel.
The pair are in Las Vegas where they have been expected to tie the knot after picking up a marriage licence and shopping in a bridal store.
Tonight Katie, 43, filmed inside Caesars Palace's Romano Chapel, calling it "beautiful".
The intimate room can accommodate 35 guests and the hotel promises it'll "transport them to the eternal city".
Katie added "done and dusted with all this", along with a tongue out emoji, hinting the nuptials were done.
In the last few days Katie and Carl, 32, have taken in the Vegas sights, cruising the famous strip and visiting the Grand Canyon.
Katie ruled out partying in Vegas following her guilty plea for drink driving, driving without a licence and driving while disqualified after she crashed her BMW back in the UK.
She was recently treated for addiction issues in the Priory, but just days ago was was seen drinking vodka cocktails and was accused by fans of being drunk when she reunited with her friend Cami Li on Thursday night.
The mum-of-five will be hoping it is her happily ever after failed marriages to Peter Andre, Alex Reid and Kieran Hayler.
Peter and Kieran are said to be furious about the wedding and feel Katie did not take their kids' feelings into consideration.
A source said: "Pete has already sent legal letters. Kieran feels she is putting Carl first and is a very selfish mother and has done this because all she cares about is her relationship with him."
Katie walked down the aisle with pop star Peter, 48, in 2005 after meeting on I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!
Their relationship was documented by TV cameras and they had two children, son Junior, 16, and 14-year-old daughter Princess.
Katie and Pete divorced in 2009, shortly before she married cage fighter Alex Reid in Vegas in 2010. Their marriage was over by the following year.
Her third marriage was to Kieran Hayler – whom she shares children Bunny, seven, and Jett, eight. Their divorce was finalised earlier this year.
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