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Katie Price left fuming after her mail and parcels are stolen from Mucky Mansion

Katie Price said her mail was stolen. (EMPICS)
Katie Price said her mail was stolen. (EMPICS)

Katie Price was left fuming after her post and some parcels were swiped from her Mucky Mansion.

The star, 44, posted a message on Instagram telling her followers that her postbox had been vandalised and pulled off its post.

When she checked, she discovered that her mail was missing too.

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Items were also missing from the celeb's parcel box.

Katie Price was fuming about her mail being taken. (Katie Price Instagram)
Katie Price was fuming about her mail being taken. (Katie Price Instagram)

Sharing a snap of the box on the platform, she pleaded with whoever had her things to return them.

"So it’s nice to know that someone has taken my postbox off my pillar, decided to open my postbox and take all of my mail, all of my parcels that have been delivered, they’ve been stolen," said the star.

"So whoever had got my mail, because I know you’ve been trying to get in my postbox, can you return it please?"

Price – who has five children – added in the caption: "Can’t believe now my postbox has been pulled off the post.

"Stolen post and my parcel bin has had parcels stolen too ffs."

Katie Price leaves Lewes Crown Court, East Sussex, where she was sentenced to an 18-month community order with 150 hours of community service with an additional 20 hours for breach of a suspended sentence for driving matters. She was also ordered to pay �1,500 court costs, for breaching a restraining order. The 44-year-old former glamour model plead guilty to sending abusive messages to ex-husband Kieran Hayler about his new partner Michelle Penticost on January 21 this year. Picture date: Friday June 24, 2022.
The star was unimpressed her post box had been vandalised. (PA)

Price had been busy renovating her house in Horsham, turning it from a run-down property into a dream home for her and her five children Harvey, Junior, Princess, Bunny and Jett.

The house had fallen into disrepair over the years and it acquired the name Mucky Mansion.

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Her efforts to transform the previously uninhabitable 19-room mansion into a stunning forever home for the family were documented in the TV show Katie Price's Mucky Mansion.

The series was a hit with viewers and it is thought that the show will be back for a second run.

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