KATIE Price was spoken to by cops AGAIN as Essex police visited her at home and warned her against lockdown rule breaks.
The Sun revealed the 42-year-old was spoken to by West Mercia Police about visiting a cabin with boyfriend Carl Woods, 32, for Valentine's Day.
While West Mercia Police ruled that Katie made the journey for "legitimate" work purposes, sources told The Sun that she was visited on Monday by Essex Police – and no breaches were found on their end.
Essex Police confirmed the visit to The Sun, saying: "We were contacted on Sunday 14 February with reports of an alleged breach of coronavirus regulations.
"We attended an address in Essex and spoke to the owner. No breaches were found to have been committed."
Katie and Carl left his home in Essex and drove 180 miles to Shropshire at the weekend, with the pair appearing to stay at the luxury cottages at Henlle Hall – the same place they visited with the family at Christmas.
They were seen driving away from the accommodation – about a five-hour drive from their home – today in a white BMW.
Shropshire DCI Rik Klair told us yesterday: "We received reports on Sunday 14 February of a possible Covid breach at a location near Oswestry.
"Officers attended and after speaking to the manager of the premises identified that two individuals were staying at this location.
"It was found that they were there for legitimate business purposes and were not issued with any fines.
"We are continuing to liaise with the premises to see if any breach of the Covid-19 regulations has taken place on their part."
Katie had previously claimed that they spent yesterday in a "love cabin" in Carl's back garden, telling The Sun: "I never expected all of this. There's a cabin in the garden and the decorations are unbelievable.
"So much thought has gone into it and he didn't get anything for free – he designed and paid for it all himself."
Under Tier 4 lockdown laws you must stay at home and only leave for a specific purpose or if you have a "reasonable excuse".
This includes going to work if it can't be done from home, shopping for essentials, attending education or training, using registered childcare, outdoor exercise and for medical reasons.
The luxurious cottages, which are nestled in the grounds of a Grade II listed house, come with wood-burning fires and romantic jacuzzis.
She and Carl previously took her children Harvey, 18, Jett, seven, and Bunny, six, to Henlle Hall at Christmas time when travel was subject to fewer restrictions.
Katie wrote: "Absolutely love seeing my children enjoying themselves together and here they are tonight in the Jacuzzi at @henllehall_holidays.
"We love coming here for a break the lodges are magical."
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