Katie Price slashes prices on her clothing ranges after drink-drive charge

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Troubled Katie Price has slashed the prices on her clothing ranges as she faces jail for her drug and drink-drive smash.

The former model, 43, is offering her entire JYY London womens’ collection at almost half price.

The 48% reduction labels – which include autumn and winter clothes – have been slapped on 107 items.

They include her black faux-fur biker jacket, which is now just over £40, down from £80. A cream, oversized knit jumper has also been reduced, from £28 to around £14.

And a fleece tie-up “shacket” in camel is less than £19, instead of £36.

Three-times-married Katie has also cut the prices on her kids’ clothes.

Everything is just under half price on the Princess and Bunny collection – named after the mum-of-five’s two daughters. One shopper said: “There are some real bargains on there.

“All the clothes for this season are half price, it’s staggering.”

Katie appeared at Crawley Magistrates’ Court last week and admitted crashing her BMW following a booze and cocaine bender.

She admitted drink-driving, driving without insurance and while banned.

The reality TV star is in rehab but will be sentenced on December 15.

It comes as Katie's eldest son Harvey Price becomes ambassador for Lumo train service.

The youngster has been named Diversity and Inclusion Ambassador fort he new budget Edinburgh to London rail service.

His passion for trains stole the hearts of the nation earlier this year in BBC documentary, Katie Price: Harvey and Me.

Helen Wylde, Managing Director at Lumo, told The Sun: “Harvey’s passion for trains is wonderful. We love his energy and enthusiasm

Harvey was born with a series of disabilities, including ADHD, autism, genetic condition Prader-Willi Syndrome and septo-optic dysplasia, which causes blindness.

His new role will include working alongside Lumo to encourage a better understanding of the challenges of rail travel for people with disabilities.

Harvey will also work with Lumo to raise awareness of the new service and to encourage authentic conversations about accessibility on trains

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