Katie Price says her feet look like something out of the movie Saw after surgery

Katie Price has opened up about the state of her feet after undergoing gruelling six-hour surgery on her injuries.

The former glamour model, 42, revealed her gory scars look similar to something from horror movie Saw as she continues to recover from breaking both of her feet.

Katie, along with boyfriend Carl Woods and children Junior and Princess, jetted to Turkey for a family holiday but their getaway ended in disaster when Katie jumped from a wall resulting in a freak accident.

In her latest YouTube clip, the mum-of-five enjoyed a pamper day with Princess, 13, and chat soon turned to her feet.

"It's literally like from her heel down to there is like a massive scar like outside the skin," she said.

Katie added: "It looks like something out of the movie Saw."

"It does," Princess agreed.

Katie underwent surgery last month, and has been advised by doctors to rest up as much as possible in order for her to fully heal from her injuries.

Katie recently announced she would be stepping back from social media on doctors' orders, instead surrounding herself with family and close pals.

She recently praised her beau Carl for being her "rock" while she recovers.

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A source recently revealed that the reality TV star has found resting up "hard" and knows she's on the "long road" to getting back to her old self.

An insider told The Sun Online at the weekend: "Kate has had a really hard few weeks.

"Injuring her feet was bad enough. But then she got the diagnosis and had to go through the operation. Recovering has been really hard and she knows it is going to be a long road.

"This weekend has been a step back in the right direction. Surrounding herself with her nearest and dearest is exactly what she has needed. They are all rallying round and making sure Katie is OK."

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