Katie's clearly been enjoying her time in the sun - but is it too much?
Katie Price‘s holiday in the Maldives has been filled with so much controversy, it’s a wonder whether she’s managed to take a rest at all!
From concerns over her kids to some interesting promotional choices, Katie’s Instagram has been a hotbed of commentary from fans and interested members of the public – and her final days in the island paradise have been filled with even more surprise, as fans have reacted to her prominent tan.
Pricey, 38, along with husband Kieran Hayler and her five children have been enjoying themselves on their family holiday – and she’s not hesitated in documenting the trip on social media, every step of the way.
Throughout her many years in showbiz, she’s never been one to shy away from an opportunity to top up her tan, so it’s unsurprising that she’d do the same on her sunshine-filled trip. Over the weekend, she shared the development of her Summer complexion with her fans:
‘Jeez I can defo say I’m brown’, she began the caption to her post, a close-up, bare-faced selfie – and we’d definitely agree that she’s caught the sun!
As many of her posts do, the picture attracted the attention of many fans, some of whom asked how she’d managed to get as tanned as she does without burning. However, some fans were less than complimentary, and instead took the opportunity to express concern over her love for tanning – and warn her of the potential health consequences.
‘Sun and the UV exposure is a killer..you must know this!! you do look beautiful Katie, but think of your poor skin in the long run…’ said one, while another spoke from personal experiences of skin aging in the sun:
‘Katie I have always been addicted to tanning and sunbed …the skin ages so much …please stop and let your skin to be natural …you are so beautiful’.
‘This is an add for skin cancer. But whatever floats your boat’ said another – ouch!
For all we know, Katie could be topping up her sun-kissed glow with fake tan… we hope that Katie’s taking as many necessary precautions as possible.