Katie Price and Carl Woods reveal tattoos of each other’s faces on their arms as she says they’ll be together ‘forever’

KATIE Price and boyfriend Carl Woods revealed their huge tattoos of each other's faces on their arms – as Katie says they'll be together "forever".

The former glamour model, 42, has proven just how committed her and her new man, 31, are to each other.

Katie revealed she was getting the new ink earlier in the week – and now The Sun Online can reveal what they look like in exclusive pics.

The photos show the loved up pair at the tattoo parlour, with Katie wearing an oversized black jumper with matching hat, and green leggings.

Meanwhile, Carl opted for a grey T-shirt and trackies.

On each of their right forearms are huge matching tattoos – Katie's showing Carl's face, and vice versa for her lover.

After having the ink, both of the celebs have their arms wrapped in cellophane.

Speaking of the tattoos, Katie told The Sun Online: "No matter what the haters say, this is proof we'll be together forever. I'm so happy to have this commitment to him."

Carl said: "This is more than a tattoo – it's a tribute to each other."

An insider told us about the tattoos: "If anyone doubted their relationship, this is proof that they're committed to each other."

The Sun Online exclusively revealed in July that Katie and Carl have been dating since June after a mutual friend set them up.

This isn't the first time the reality star has gotten herself inked with her partner's name.

Ex husband and father of her children Junior and Princess Peter Andre had his name on Katie's body, before she covered it with a rose.

In 2017, she revealed a new tattoo of a big black horse to cover up her ex Leandro Penna's name.

The inking used to show a small "Leo" across the bottom of her leg, which she first showed off while dating the hunk in 2011.

Meanwhile, ex-husband and father of her youngest children Jett and Bunny, Kieran Hayler, had his huge tattoo of Katie transformed into an enormous ship following their split.

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