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Katie Price beams alongside mum and rarely-seen sister Sophie as she shares excitement to 'be back working'

KATIE Price today beamed happily alongside her mum and rarely-seen sister Sophie as she shared excitement to "be back working".

The 43-year-old has now completed her stint at The Priory after she was ordered by a judge to undertake treatment in September.

It was after she pleaded guilty to a dramatic drink-drive crash in her BMW while banned from the road.

Katie was also told she must not commit any further offences until she is due back in court on December 15.

But today she put all her worries behind her as she embraced a new month and a fresh start with her family.

Taking to Instagram she shared a sweet snap with her mum Amy and younger sister Sophie.

The trio looked thrilled to back together, and Katie looked happy and healthy.

Posting the snap, the former glamour girl wrote: "Happy November! It's a new month and I'm so happy to be back working, and spending quality time with my mum and sister @sophie_pricey My team ❤"

Earlier today a source told The Sun: "Katie's officially finished rehab and is now back at home – she's completed the treatment and is ready to get back to work."

The mum-of-five, who has been seen out and about over the last few weeks, spent the weekend with her oldest son Harvey and partner Carl.

Yesterday the trio headed out for a pub lunch and posed up for a family picture.

Katie looked delighted to be reunited with her son after a difficult few weeks.

Katie is now preparing to return to work for the first time since she was arrested for drink driving four weeks ago.

She will launch her new baby range soon after being forced to cancel it last month.

Just days before she was set to unveil Little Pricey – a new business venture with her sister Sophie – Katie crashed her BMW.

It has now been moved to November 19 – only giving Katie another three weeks off work.

It comes after the former glamour model flipped her BMW on its side on a country lane near her home in West Sussex on September 28.

Her family released a statement on Katie's behalf where she spoke about the crash for the first time.

It read: "Kate acknowledges and takes full responsibility for her actions. She knows they were wrong and apologises.

"Kate is deeply loved and she loves her family."

Katie has been warned she could spend Christmas in jail if she's handed a custodial sentence at her court date.

The former glamour model – who tested positive for cocaine and alcohol – pleaded guilty to driving while disqualified and without third party insurance.

Katie has previously had stints at The Priory and has praised them for helping get her life back on track.

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