Katie Price devastated as 'doctors tell her she won’t walk for six months' and needs major surgery on broken feet

KATIE Price was left devastated as "doctors tell her she won't walk for six months" and needs major surgery on her broken feet.

The former glamour model, 42, fractured both her heels after jumping off a wall during a nightmare accident on holiday in Turkey.

She headed straight to see her surgeon at the Fortius clinic in West London yesterday.

After leaving the clinic, Katie posted on her Instagram that she'd just received "devastating" news – but didn't go into further details.

However, The Sun Online can exclusively reveal Katie was told her recovery could take up to two years – and she might not walk for six months.

A source told us: "Doctors are saying she won't be able to walk for six months, or put any weight on her feet.

"She needs major surgery on her feet ASAP as it's worse than anyone realised.

"The recovery could take up to two years. She won't even be walking around until well into 2021. She's really upset and can't believe it's this bad."

Katie alluded to the bad news on Instagram, writing: "Just finished my appointment with my consultant and surgeon about my feet.

"After further scans, the news is absolutely devastating. I'm gutted."

After her two-hour appointment with a consultant, Katie looked sombre as she left the clinic.

She had been fixed with fresh boots on her damaged limbs and was helped out in her wheelchair.

The mum-of-five was then carried and placed into the back seat of her car before heading home.

Earlier this week Katie was forced to deny claims she had faked her injury when a troll accused her of a "cover up".

The fan said Katie was pretending she'd broken both heels – but was actually having bunions removed.

A bunion is a painful bump where the big toe connects to the foot. It can be caused by wearing uncomfortable shoes over long periods of time.

Katie was on the trip with her new boyfriend Carl Woods, kids Junior, 15, and Princess, 13, and a few friends.

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