KATIE Price launched an Instagram account for her beloved pets late last night – and it's already managed to bag over a thousand followers.
The 42-year-old took to her Instagram Story last night to share the new page she had set up for her German Shepherd Blade, cat Hagrid and boyfriend Carl Wood's rescue dog Sid.
The account sid_blade_hagrid had a mere 348 followers when Katie shared it on her social media last night.
Now 12 hours later, the page has landed 1,150 followers, who are delighted with the pets' updates and have commented in their droves under the posts.
So far, the account has shared three separate posts introducing each of the family's beloved pooches and cat.
The latest post is dedicated to Katie's three-year-old guard dog Blade, and features two pics of the pooch as well as a video of him playing.
Next, Katie shared two photos and a short clip of the family's Sphinx cat Hagrid, who she brands as "so funny and friendly".
Finally, the TV star posted three pictures of her two-year-old pup Sid, who was rescued from Romania.
In September, Katie introduced boyfriend Carl's dog Sid to her fans, just months after her French bulldog Rolo died.
She shared the news at the time by posting a snap of her son Harvey kissing her beau's pooch.
Katie captioned the post: "So cute @officialmrharveyprice with @carljwoods dog which is my new furry edition to our family."
The media personality's last pup Rolo died in July after falling asleep underneath a chair and suffocating.
Katie was later left furious after she was wrongly told it was OK to give her late puppy CBD oil before its tragic death.
The mum-of-five has since been told the oil she administered to the pup might have made it drowsy and seek out a quiet space.
The devastated TV star told the Mirror: “This simply can never ever happen again.”
And a source said of the tragedy: “As awful as it sounds, this will bring some comfort to Katie in understanding why Rolo crawled into the space.
“She feels let down too by a system that allows CBD oil to be marketed for pets despite it being illegal.
"Katie had backlash, hate mail, death threats and trolling over Rolo’s tragic passing."
At the time of Rolo's death in July, a source told The Sun Online the pet was discovered at their Surrey home after a shockingly sad accident.
They explained: "Rolo was found dead by Harvey's carer and they had to phone Katie to break the news.
"Katie is devastated and heartbroken and had to call Princess and break the news. Everyone's in floods of tears."
The accident happened five months after another of the family's dogs, Alsatian Sparkle, was killed running into a busy road.
Another dog, Queenie, died in tragic circumstances in 2018, when she was struck by a delivery diver.
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