Katie Price revealed she is using crutches again after a visit to the hospital.
The 43-year-old star was left in agonising pain and had to use a wheelchair when she smashed the bones in both her feet during a horror fall on holiday in Turkey.
She has been recovering ever since, with doctors previously telling her she wouldn't be able to walk for 18 months following the accident.
The mum-of-five has since recorded a clip of herself attempting to move around on the crutches emblazoned with shining sequins.
She made the clip black-and-white and wrote: "Now I'm wearing these again, let's see how quick I can get to the end of the kitchen.
"Oh s***, see I've got to get used to these again."
In the video, Katie moved from one end of the room to the other before doing it again.
She previously shared a clip of her trip to the hospital but initially didn't give any further details as to why she was there.
The star posted a story to her Instagram showing she was in the hospital while playing Eminem's 2002 hit single, Without Me. After her hospital trip, she even treated herself to a hair transformation.
Katie needed constant treatment following the 25 feet fall in August 2020.
The terrifying incident left Katie struggling to walk and needing an eight-hour surgery to fuse her broken bones back together.
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Earlier in the year, she admitted that she was seeking legal advice about the injuries as well as applying for a blue badge which would allow her to have easier access to shops when parking.
She told The Sun: "I’ve got a limp when I walk now as one leg is longer than the other because of all the metal in the foot - I waddle like a duck.
"It feels like you’re being electrocuted - like shocks of lightning shooting up my feet all day.
"I will never be the same, I’ve had to accept that, but I’m staying positive. The accident has changed my life and it’s only just sunk in if I’m honest."
She has since confirmed that she is now registered as disabled following the injury.
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