Katie Price flashes a smile while picking up groceries as she completes community service

Katie Price flashed a smile while picking up groceries in Horsham, West Sussex on Thursday, after completing community service following a drink-driving conviction for flipping her car, last year.

The former glamor model, 44, was ordered to carry out 100 hours of unpaid work after flipping her BMW on a country lane near her West Sussex home on September 28 last year.

Katie was also handed a 16-week suspended prison sentence, suspended for 12 months, and a two-year driving ban following a sentencing at Crawley Magistrates’ Court in December.

Casual: Katie Price flashed a smile while picking up groceries in Horsham, West Sussex on Thursday after completing community service following a drink-driving conviction

While Katie has completed her community service for her conviction, she has now been warned she faces up to five years in prison for a separate offense – after she admitted breaching a restraining order against her ex-husband’s fiancée in a text accusing them of having an year affair.

Katie stepped out in a black tracksuit bottoms and a dark blue hoodie, which she teamed up with a pair of white trainers.

The mother-of-five carried her belongings in a black cross body bag, whilst also clutching onto a plastic Tesco shopping bag full of purchases.

Katie sported a very bronzed, heavy make-up look and wore her extremely long platinum blonde hair extensions down to her waist.

Outing: The mother-of-five carried her belongings in a black cross body bag, whilst also clutching onto a plastic Tesco shopping bag full of purchases

Outing: The mother-of-five carried her belongings in a black cross body bag, whilst also clutching onto a plastic Tesco shopping bag full of purchases

Laid back: Katie stepped out in black tracksuit bottoms and a dark blue hoodie, which she teamed with a pair of white trainers

Groceries: She kept it casual as she stepped out for a spot of shopping

Laid back: Katie stepped out in black tracksuit bottoms and a dark blue hoodie, which she teamed with a pair of white trainers

Smiling: She appeared to be in good spirits as she stepped out of Horsham Matters, a Christian charity

Smiling: She appeared to be in good spirits as she stepped out of Horsham Matters, a Christian charity

According to their website, Horsham Matters is a Christian charity that aims to relieve hardship through the provision of essential services such as food, fuel and shelter.

The organization runs a crisis support service for people in need of essential items, along with a foodbank and budgeting support.

They also offer counseling services for foodbank clients and run a winter night shelter.

MailOnline has previously contacted Horsham Matters for comment on Katie’s community service.

Katie’s community service comes after she was warned that she faces up to five years in prison after admitting breaching a restraining order against her ex-husband’s fiancée in a text accusing them of having an affair.

Charity: The organization runs a crisis support service for people in need of essential items, along with a foodbank and budgeting support

Groceries: Katie carried a bag that appeared to be filled with potatoes as she left the venue

Groceries: Katie carried a bag that appeared to be filled with potatoes as she left the venue

Shop: She stepped out of Horsham Matters, a Christian charity that aims to relieve hardship through the provision of essential services such as food, fuel and shelter

Shop: She stepped out of Horsham Matters, a Christian charity that aims to relieve hardship through the provision of essential services such as food, fuel and shelter

Locks: She wore her extremely long platinum blonde hair extensions down to her waist

Look: Katie sported a very bronzed, heavy make-up look

Look: Katie sported a very bronzed, heavy make-up look and wore her extremely long platinum blonde hair extensions down to her waist

Community service: Katie was ordered to carry out 100 hours of unpaid work after flipping her BMW on a country lane near her West Sussex home on September 28 last year

Community service: Katie was ordered to carry out 100 hours of unpaid work after flipping her BMW on a country lane near her West Sussex home on September 28 last year

The former glamor model sent Kieran Hayler a message calling his new partner Michelle Penticost a ‘gutter sl*g’ in a message that read: ‘Tell your c***ing whore piece of s*** girlfriend not to start on me. ‘

Katie admitted flouting the 2019 ban on her contacting Miss Penticost, in an extraordinary U-turn having previously denied it.

At Lewes Crown Court on Wednesday, the reality star, pleaded guilty to breaching the restraining order on January 21 this year.

She was supported by her reality TV star fiance, Carl Woods, 33, who held her hand tightly as he led her into the court building before sitting in the public gallery for the hearing.

Outing: Katie kept comfortable in a pair of white and gold trainers to complete her casual ensemble

Pick up: She carried a Tesco bag filled with food

Outing: Katie kept comfortable in a pair of white and gold trainers to complete her casual ensemble

Court: Elsewhere, she was warned she faces up to five years in jail after admitting breaching a restraining order against her ex-husband Kieran Hayler's fiancee Michelle Penticost in a text

Court: Elsewhere, she was warned she faces up to five years in jail after admitting breaching a restraining order against her ex-husband Kieran Hayler’s fiancee Michelle Penticost in a text

Admission: Katie admitted flouting the 2019 ban on her contacting Miss Penticost, in an extraordinary U-turn having previously denied it

Text: The former glamor model sent Kieran Hayler a message calling his new partner Michelle Penticost a 'gutter sl*g' in a message

Admission: Katie admitted flouting the 2019 ban on her contacting Miss Penticost, in an extraordinary U-turn having previously denied it

Asked how she pleaded to a single charge of breaching the order, Katie replied: ‘Guilty.’

Nicholas Hamblin, defending, told the court the case against her rested on the two words ‘tell your …’, which constituted an indirect message to Michelle.

He said he would be placing a great deal of personal information about Katie in front of the court as part of his mitigation.

Judge Stephen Mooney warned the glamor model that she risks an immediate custodial sentence, with the offense carrying a maximum term of up to five years’ imprisonment. She was bailed until sentencing on June 24.

Ban: Katie was also handed a 16-week suspended prison sentence, suspended for 12 months, and a two-year driving ban following a sentencing at Crawley Magistrates' Court in December

Ban: Katie was also handed a 16-week suspended prison sentence, suspended for 12 months, and a two-year driving ban following a sentencing at Crawley Magistrates’ Court in December

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