KATIE Price's daughter Princess has given fans a glimpse of their family Christmas with her terminally ill grandmother Amy today.
The 14-year-old posted heartwarming photos of Amy, 68, and her brother Harvey.
Katie's 19-year-old disabled son is seen getting into the festive spirit, wearing a garland of flashing light bulbs on his head.
In another sweet photo Amy rests on a sofa in her conservatory at home, with Santa sitting nearby.
Amy smiles at Princess, who posted the sweet photo and tagged it with a red heart.
She penned: "Merry Christmas everyone"
Katie's mother was diagnosed with idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis – an incurable disease of the lungs – in 2017.
The illness causes scarring to the lungs which reduces the sufferer's ability to breathe. There is currently no cure.
In Katie's new book, Harvey and Me, the former glamour girl has admitted she's come to terms with the diagnosis and is planning for her mother's funeral.
She wrote in the publication, out today: "I had all these thoughts running through my head and all these fears about the future, so I can't even imagine how my mum was feeling. She's an extremely strong woman.
"I know that she's accepted it, and even though I'm sure it's on her mind every day, she doesn't dwell on it.
"As I said, she's always been the opposite to me when it comes to things like that.
"Her attitude towards this illness has been the same as it was when we were told about Harvey's conditions.
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"I suppose I'm a glass half empty kind of person and she's a glass half full."
Katie, who has a close relationship with her mother, continued: "But I've accepted it now because I have to. She has an incurable disease and that's just the reality of it.
"I know it sounds awful, but once we knew the prognosis, I even spoke to my mum about her funeral and what she wants for it.
"I think it's much easier to organise a funeral if you know what they want."
Just last month, Katie said she'd even offered her mum one of her lungs.
Speaking to Simon Thomas on his Life, Interrupted podcast, Katie revealed: "My mum, she's never smoked, [she's] always been healthy. She got told a couple years [ago], coming up to three years, that she would have three to five years left of her life. You know, it's gonna happen.
"She still does a spinning classes. She's got like 34 per cent left of her lung capacity, so she has started oxygen, which isn't nice to see because I, in my head, it's that once you start the oxygen and you need that, you know it's coming.
"So she's waiting to see if she can have a lung transplant. I even offered my lung to her."
However, Katie explained it wasn't as simple as giving her mother a lung, telling Simon: "But it's not that easy. You have to be ill enough to have it.
"Because if you're too well, they won't give it, but then you've still got to be well enough to be able to take it you know.
"Although my mother she could have it now, it doesn't mean to say that she'd still survive it because it can reject in three weeks and it only prolongs your life five years."
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