Katie Price sends daughter Bunny sweet birthday message from St Lucia holiday

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Katie Price paid a gushing birthday tribute to her daughter Bunny on her seventh birthday.

Despite holidaying in St Lucia without the sweet youngster, who she shares with her ex Kieran Hayler, the former glamour model made sure to share a sweet message to her daughter on her special day.

The 43 year old shared a series of throwback and recent photos of herself and little Bunny in a post shared to her Instagram account alongside a gushing caption.

She wrote: "My gorgeous Bunny bops happy 7th birthday we certainly have been on a journey I love you so much you definitely are the most cheeky mischievous very bright confident one in the family and definitely like your mother [sic]."

Katie concluded the post with: "You bring a smile to my face and make me laugh every time I see you."

Mother of five Katie shared pictures of herself holding Bunny as a child, to current candid snaps of the pair, as well as magazine covers they have starred on together.

She also shared another tribute to Bunny in her Instagram Story, writing: "Happy birthday to my beautiful Bunny Bops, can't believe your 7 today! I love you x."

Katie is currently in the Caribbean with her beau Carl Woods and two of her children, Harvey, 19, and Princess, 13.

Their holiday has been packed to the brim with fun activities, including a water park.

The trip abroad is the fourth for Katie and Carl in the past two months, with previous trips including Portugal, Spain and Turkey.

Despite relaxing and sunning herself on holiday, Katie has also recently revealed hopes to compete in the Paris 2024 Olympic games.

She is a keen horse rider and has been inspired by the British Eventing team's success at Tokyo 2020 after they scored a history making four medals – including one gold – between them.

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