Katie Price says daughter Princess is 'smiling again' after puppy Rolo's tragic death as they holiday in Turkey

KATIE Price says her daughter Princess is "smiling again" after puppy Rolo's tragic death as they holiday in Turkey.

The former glamour model, 41, took her two eldest kids to Turkey on a luxurious trip alongside her boyfriend Carl Woods.

The break comes after the family suffered several tragedies in quick succession – including the death of Princess' puppy Rolo.

Sharing a picture of the two of them at the hotel, Katie wrote: "I love my daughter @officialprincess_andre so happy she is smiling after her poor dog Rolo tragically died … this holiday is what she needed x"

The family was hit by tragedy last week when her daughter’s new puppy Rolo suffocated after being trapped in a chair.

Katie has been tormented by cruel trolls since announcing her dog's death.

The star said on the tragic death: "Having to make that phone call to my daughter is the worst thing in the world because I don’t want to make her heartbroken.

“She’s genuinely fallen in love with, she doted on that dog. I’m devastated this has happened.

“And people are trolling us, the breeders seem to have turned on us. It’s not our fault this has happened.”

She added: “It absolutely wasn’t anybody’s fault. It was an absolute freak accident. 

“I still can’t believe it, I’m still in shock about it to be honest how this has happened. The vet said it’s really common – small puppies get in small places and suffocate.”

Katie also revealed that the pooch wasn’t left alone at all when the tragedy struck.

She said: “I was in the other room because we’re going away packing their suitcase and he was in the other room with five people."

Princess said goodbye to the puppy on Instagram, writing: "Rip baby boy I love you so much u meant everything to me miss you already."

This wasn't the only sad event to strike the mum-of-five as eldest son Harvey, 18, was taken into intensive care earlier this month.

She wanted to take him to Turkey with her, but doctors ruled out travelling on medical grounds.

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