Jordan takes family for a day out

Jordan takes family for a day out

Katie Price showed off her new-look family at a Leicester Square film premiere today.

And the glamour model – otherwise known as Jordan – brushed aside her recent troubles by insisting: “My children are my priority.”

Price, who recently alleged she was raped by a mystery celebrity, took her three children to Hero of the Rails, a feature length version of the children’s classic, 'Thomas and Friends', with her new boyfriend, cage fighter Alex Reid.

As she left the screening, Price said son Harvey, seven, was a big fan of 'Thomas the Tank Engine'.

“The kids are very much my priority and days like today are great for us to enjoy together.”

Unlike the TV hit version of the 1980s and 90s – featuring Ringo Starr – the engines in the film were CG animated. For the first time Thomas, the star of the film, had his own voice.

The model, who recently divorced singer Peter Andre, has so far declined to make a statement to police over her rape claim.

Allegations that she was attacked by a “famous celebrity” first surfaced in her national magazine column and in a subsequent interview – but she said she would “absolutely never” name the man in question.

It was reported that she let the alleged attacker’s name slip off air during filming of her ITV2 reality show 'What Katie Did Next'.

She has also been at the centre of a PR battle with Andre in the wake of their split.

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