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Katie Price touched as she reveals sweet handwritten note delivered from her daughter Bunny, six,

KATIE Price was left touched as she revealed a sweet handwritten note delivered from her six-year-old daughter Bunny.

The 42-year-old reality star was moved after her youngest daughter shared a heartwarming message with her mum.

Katie's mini-me daughter wrote: "But mum I love you."

The former glamour model took to social media to share the note, writing: "So cute when Bunny gives me notes ❤️."

The adorable message melted her fans' hearts, with many praising the TV star for her incredible bond with her kids.

One posted: "That’s lovely. That’s cos you’re a great mum xx."

Another shared: "What a good mum you are ❤️❤️❤️."

A third added: "Awwww tooooo cute. Every mums dream."

While Bunny's adorable note clearly put a smile on Katie's face, the star has every reason to be on cloud nine recently after getting engaged to her boyfriend Carl Woods last month.

Katie announced that her soon-to-be fourth husband, 31, had popped the question after ten months of dating.

The model revealed that Carl was the man of her dreams, admitting that he would "look after" her if she never worked again.

Katie took to social media to show off her ring in a photo shared to both her and Carl's Instagram with the caption: “I said yes.”

She told OK! magazine: "It’s refreshing to be with a man that if I decided I never wanted to work again, he’d look after me. I just love him."

The star looks like she's finally found the one after with her Carl, who is her seventh fiancé.

Katie’s divorce from third husband and ex-stripper Kieran Hayler, 34, was made official only last month.

They separated after five years of marriage in 2018 when Kieran cheated with their nanny.

She was previously married to Peter from 2005 to 2009, and cage fighter Alex Reid, 45, from 2010 until 2012.

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