Katie Price fuels speculation she's set to marry Carl Woods in Las Vegas

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Katie Price fuelled speculation she's about to marry her fiancé Carl Woods as she landed in Las Vegas on Wednesday.

The reality TV star was photographed arriving at Las Vegas' McCarran International Airport with a pink suitcase bearing the words "Katie Woods" in bold black letters, further adding fuel to the rumours they're set to tie the knot.

The former glamour model is yet to confirm that she's getting married while in Sin City, but in an Instagram Stories video on Wednesday she insisted she's "not partying" following her recent stint in rehab.

"We are in Vegas baby," she cheered, as Carl said, "Welcome to my home, my favourite place ever.” Katie then added, "Just 'cause you've been here 32 times... and he's showing me more to Vegas than what you might think, no, not partying, the fun bits you can do in Vegas."

A Twitter user recently claimed that Katie and Carl were kicked off their flight from New York to Las Vegas after she refused to put a face mask on multiple times. However, a friend of the reality star told The Sun the story wasn't true and Katie chose to exit the plane herself.

Katie and Carl began dating in June 2020, after being set up by a mutual friend and they got engaged in April.

This will mark Katie's fourth wedding and her second to take place in Las Vegas, after she exchanged vows with her second husband Alex Reid there in 2010. She was also previously married to Peter Andre between 2005 and 2009 and Kieran Hayler between 2013 and 2018.

She is due back in court next month to be sentenced after pleading guilty to drink-driving, driving without insurance, and driving while disqualified following a single-vehicle crash in September.

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