Katie Price feels ‘strong’ and ‘looking forward to future’ after alleged attack

Katie Price is reportedly feeling "strong" and is "looking forward to the future" after she was left injured following an alleged assault last month.

The mother-of-five opted to take some time away from social media after an alleged attack which saw her go to hospital to receive treatment for a facial injury.

She has only returned the one time to post a heartfelt tribute following the death of Sarah Harding, and, although she's still on her social break, she says she feels strong.

Despite recently having hospital treatment, Katie is reportedly in high spirits after spending some time with her sister Sophie, with the duo preparing to work together on their new project with a tots' clothing company.

The siblings met with New! magazine to spill on their new project, and as Katie appeared in good spirits, she was asked how she is feeling at the moment.

She said: "I'm a strong woman and I'm looking forward to the future."

It comes after Katie claimed she was "punched" by a man at a house in Essex on Monday, August 23 and later received hospital treatment.

A man was arrested following the alleged attack and has now been bailed until September 20, Essex Police confirmed.

Following the alleged incident, Katie took a step back from social media, with a source telling The Sun at the time that she "handed everything over to her team".

A source told the publication: "She doesn't need to be seeing trolls' comments on her Instagram, so she'll have a break for a few days and leave it all to her team to post."

In the interim, Katie had planned to get back to her day to day life, but sadly before she planned to appear at Mighty Hoopla in London, her horse became ill.

A source said that Katie felt like she had to be by his side, adding: "She's absolutely devastated."

It comes as Katie and her sister prepare to launch their brand new company, Little Pricey.

Katie and her sister confessed they've focused on a sustainable business model while keeping things affordable, with a new collection for babies up to the age of 18 months.

It follows Katie's business head elsewhere, with the model also creating a children's clothing range for youngsters and early teens.

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