Katie Price has reportedly confiscated her new boyfriend Charles Drury’s phone to stop him ‘gossiping’ about her together with his friends.
The former Page three mannequin shacked up with the novice footballer and builder final month after splitting from Kris Boyson and has apparently moved him into her new dwelling.
But the mum-of-five, 41, isn’t so eager for him to be texting away on the previous cell, sources claimed.
‘Katie’s taken Charles’ phone off him and ordered him a brand new SIM card, which hasn’t arrived but,’ a supply informed The Sun.
‘She’s had unhealthy experiences previously and doesn’t need his mates gossiping about her if he tells them any data about the connection.’
The insider added that he can nonetheless message his friends on Instagram on his iPad, however he can’t name anybody and isn’t posting on social media.
‘He can still message friends through Instagram on his iPad but he’s not posting to social media and might’t name anybody,’ the supply stated.
‘Katie’s warned him that he wants to be extra cautious about what he tells folks now he’s relationship her.’
Metro.co.uk has contacted Katie’s rep for remark.
Katie was accused of dishonest on Kris with Charles after the builder and novice footballer flew out to Turkey to vacation with her and her children.
And now that her engagement is over, Charles has apparently resigned as an electrician at a constructing agency and moved into the Sussex mansion Katie shares with her 5 kids.
Charles has allegedly been pitching in across the dwelling, together with doing odd plastering jobs – so at the least he’s incomes his preserve, ey?
Katie transferring rapidly with her new man gained’t go down properly with her ex-husband Kieran Hayler, who preferred a fairly shady touch upon Instagram about his ex’s love life.
The glamour mannequin – who shares six-year-old Jett and five-year-old Bunny with Katie – preferred a remark which learn: ‘If I was you I’d go to court docket for FULL CUSTODY of these kids. Absolute shame them being subjected to one other man “daddy” of their lives.
‘Seriously worrying. Also this modeling malarkey [sic]. I’d get the courts to step in and stop them getting used on social media the way in which they’re. I really feel very sorry for them.’
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