Katie Price to begin IVF treatment with fiancé Carl Woods amid fertility fears

Katie Price is set to begin IVF treatment with her eighth fiancé Carl Woods in the hopes of welcoming her sixth child.

Having been pictured visiting a fertility clinic in January, the 43-year-old reality star is set to self-fund the treatment in the hope of welcoming a baby with Carl, 33.

A source told The Sun: "Katie is desperate to have a baby with Carl and will spend whatever it takes.

"She knows it won't be easy and that treatment can have a lot of side effects but it will be worth it if she and Carl get what they want."

Katie currently has five children from three previous relationships.

These include Harvey Price, 19, who she shares with his estranged father Dwight Yorke.

The OnlyFans star also shares Junior, 16, and Princess Andre, 14, with her ex-husband Peter Andre, later welcoming eight-year-old Jett and seven-year-old Bunny with her ex Kieran Hayler.

Katie's age means hers would be considered a geriatric pregnancy, while Carl previously opened up about worries he would not be able to conceive due to his previous steroid use.

He told Steph's Packed Lunch: "I've got a history of using steroids when I was younger.

"It’s always been in the back of my mind what potential damage I may or may not have done when I was taking them."

Katie has also expressed her wish to welcome a child with former Love Island star Carl this year.

She previously told The Sun: "It would be amazing to enter the New Year with a baby on the way and a ring on my finger.

"We've been trying."

Posting to Instagram at the beginning of the year, Katie reiterated her hopes of welcoming her sixth child with Carl.

She wrote to her 2.7 million followers: "I've found the strength to turn my life around.

"With my weekly therapy and focusing on my future with Carl Woods and getting married.

"And having babies, and committed, back to being a woman in power."

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