Katie Price reveals she feels 'amazing and focused' as she thanks 'rock' Carl Woods following difficult few months

Katie Price reveals she feels 'amazing and focused' as she thanks 'rock' Carl Woods following difficult few months

KATIE Price says she's feeling "amazing and focused" – just months after her drink-drive crash.

The star, 43, thanked her "rock" Carl Woods for her recovery after a stint at The Priory being treated for PTSD.

Katie was arrested after crashing her vehicle near Partridge Green in West Sussex at the end of September.

She pleaded guilty to a dramatic drink-drive crash in her BMW, telling police officers: “I took drugs, I should not be driving, I admit it all,” a court heard.

The mum-of-five will be sentenced on December 15.

Updating fans on her state of mind, Katie said: "Feeling very blessed to have such loving and caring people around me.

"With my amazing kids. Carl Woods you've been my rock! Thank you to everyone!

"I'm feeling amazing and focused.

"Thank you to all my fans for the support and warm wishes over the past few months."

The Sun exclusively revealed that Katie had been rushed to hospital after the accident in September.

Shocking pictures showed Katie's car turned on its side across the road – with the mangled front crashed into some bushes.

The blue lights of an ambulance can be seen behind the vehicle, with it confirmed that the road was briefly closed due to the accident.

Wreckage from the car was also pictured at the location.

The crash came just hours after Katie spoke about her difficulty visiting son Harvey at his residential college in Cheltenham because she can't get behind the wheel.

Katie had served an 18-month disqualification after withholding the identity of the driver of her pink Range Rover following a crash.

In a deleted clip on Instagram posted last month, Katie sat alongside fiance Carl and admitted: "I got in my car, had a collision. I regret it. I have upset people around me, and I have upset myself.

"I could have been hurt or I could have been dead. I could have killed someone, or I could have injured someone."

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