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Katie Price has been forced to deny that she has faked breaking her feet in an accident as a “cover-up” for having bunion surgery.

The mother-of-five has been told she will be unable to walk for 3-6 months after jumping off a wall and breaking her feet while on holiday in Turkey with boyfriend Carl and children Junior and Princess.

However, the 42-year-old furiously denied that she has faked the injury after one fan claimed that she was instead having surgery to remove her bunions, the bony bump that forms as the sides of your toe caused by wearing high heels or uncomfortable shoes too frequently.

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a close up of a woman: Katie Price © Princess Andre/Instagram Katie Price

In a live Instagram with her daughter Princess, Katie hit back, saying: "By the way, someone said on my Instagram 'Oh she has had bunions done on both feet.’

"Well, when I have the X-rays and show you, I haven't had bunions, I have never had bunions in my life!"

A curious Princess then asked what bunions are, to which Katie responded: ”Like, you know, the side where you get like...that is one thing perfect about me, my feet!

a close up of a hand: Katie Price © Katie Price/Instagram Katie Price a person sitting on a bed: Katie Price © Katie Price/YouTube Katie Price

"But obviously they are not perfect now!"

Katie then added: "At least I am learning to use the wheelchair better now."

It comes after Katie urged fans for help finding a mobility scooter after sharing a video of herself in a wheelchair.

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Katie Price smiling for the camera © Katie Price/Instagram Katie Price

“Hi guys, does anybody know or can get in contact where I can hire a mobility scooter or wheelchair that I can use when I get back because I’m not going to be able to walk," she says in the clip.

“Doctors have confirmed 3-6 months or it might be longer. So I need to get around in a mobility scooter and wheelchairs. Let me know. Inbox me, thank you.”

Katie was rushed to hospital after the horrific accident, after heading to Turkey for a relaxing break with boyfriend Carl and her children.

Katie took to Instagram to confirm the accident, writing: "Yes it’s true I have broken my ankles and my feet , I have to have both feet operated on and pins put in been told I won’t be able to walk for 3 to 6 months ," [sic]

The stunning star, who recently insisted she would take her son Harvey on holiday, continued by praising her boyfriend Carl for taking care of her.

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