The 42-year-old former glamour model and her 31-year-old fella have had the ink done on their forearms and proudly took to YouTube to show them off.
Price also had a little ‘surprise’ for Carl as she had also got ‘Pricey Woods’ on a ‘bangle’ around her wrist as well as the words ‘Katie’ and ‘Carl’.
She also had a bracelet with her five kids’ initials dangling from it and plans to get more Carl-related ink.
On her YouTube video, she went on to tell fans (and Carl): “Above it [the Pricey Woods bangle] I’m gonna do ‘Priceywood’ as like the Hollywood sign. So I’ve had more pain. They haven’t finished it yet – they’ve got to colour it all.”
The pair, who have been together for four months, have had the tats with the aim to get them so they’re ‘impossible to cover’.
In a previous video, Katie explained: “Instead of a name, because we’ve all had names that you can cover – you covered your ex’s name because you knew when you had it done it’s easy to cover, exactly why I did it. We’ve all done it.”
Carl added: “We’re getting impossible to cover statement tattoos.”
At the beginning of this most recent video, Katie can be seen being carried by Carl into a garage where they reveal Carl’s Mercedes alongside Katie’s mobility scooter, which she has been using since breaking both her feet and ankles on holiday in Turkey.
Price was on her jollies with her kids Junior, 15, and Princess, 13, as well as Carl and said she would need to have both feet operated on to have pins inserted.
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Yes it’s true I have broken my ankles and my feet , I have to have both feet operated on and pins put in been told I won’t be able to walk for 3 to 6 months , @carljwoods is being amazing looking after me ❤️❤️ #reallove #bestgentleman #wordscantdecribemyloveforhim #hismyworld🌍
A representative for the star confirmed her injury, saying: “I can confirm Katie has incurred an injury. It was sustained by her own doing when visiting a family amusement park with her children, Carl and friends.
“Katie is expected to cut her holiday short and fly back to the UK for further treatment.”