Katie Price wears a face mask as she delivers food to vulnerable families – The Sun

KATIE Price posed in a face mask as she helped get food delivered to vulnerable families in London during the coronavirus pandemic.

The 41-year-old reality star has been lending a hand at charity Dads House, pausing for a picture at a food bank that helps people in Kensington and Chelsea.

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She posed alongside pal Billy McGranaghan in the mask, with the pair doing a thumbs-up in protective gloves while clutching Sainsbury's bags.

He wrote: "Dad's House Foodbank in West Brompton. Had my friend @KatiePrice donating and helping to deliver food to the most Vulnerable families in #Kensington & #Chelsea."

Katie replied: "Thanks for letting me help out" signing off with a red and pink love-heart.

One fan wrote: "Nice to see someone giving back! Well done Katie!! Blessed love."

Dads House is a charity whose aim is to "make sure children remain the priority after divorce, separation or bereavement".

It also assists with housing, runs food banks, and operates breakfast clubs for children.

Katie has been taking no chances during the coronavirus outbreak with the mum-of-five spotted in protective gloves as she stocked up on essentials at her local Tesco.

She and Dreamboys hunk Al Warrell, who she is living with, were seen leaving with a loaded trolley of supplies packed into bulging bags for life.

The star is currently staying with pals at a posh pad that is just 10 minutes away from ex Peter Andre, who is looking after their two children Junior, 14, and Princess, 12.

Her younger children Jett, six, and Bunny, five, are living with ex Kieran Hayler while she looks after vulnerable eldest son Harvey, 17.

Katie was recently spotted training with Al – who has also made an appearance on her YouTube channel – at a local park.

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