Katie Price dubbed boyfriend Carl Woods her “rock” as she sent out a cryptic message about mental health.

The former glamour model gushed about the way the ex-Love Island star is there for her as she opened up about feeling low.

The 42-year-old has had a tough time lately after a nasty accident during her holiday in Turkey saw her break both of her feet.

Doctors have since found that Katie’s injuries are much worse than they first thought, and she’s been warned she’ll never recover if she doesn’t keep her feet in the air at all times.

It could be up to two years before Katie is able to walk properly again.

While recovering at home, the mum-of-five shared a meme which read: “I have a bad habit of isolating when I am sad or depressed.

“Part of it is cause I don’t want to drain the happiness of those around me or burden them with my problems.

“Another part is cause my mental state is fragile and I don’t need anymore negativity to make me feel worse than I do.”

Before adding it to her Story, she added: “I’m so happy I have the right people around me being in a situation feeling your lowest, I feel safe.

“@carljwoods is my Rock and couldn’t do this journey without him.”

At the weekend, Katie was rushed to hospital with a suspected infection.

An insider told The Sun Online : “Katie has been sent home and told in no uncertain terms that she must keep her legs up or they won’t heal properly.

“She’s just going to have to lie down and give herself time to heal.”

Katie has told her fans that it could be a whole two years before she’s able to walk properly again.

Katie had been rushed to A&E by concerned friends after suffering from “excruciating agony” all night as she tried to sleep.

Painkillers weren’t working for her and she was moved to a specialist hospital in London.

“Katie was in excruciating agony all night, couldn’t eat, couldn’t focus and nothing was working. Painkillers weren’t touching it so pals rushed her to A&E in Epsom,” a source told the Sun.

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“Doctors decided to move her to the Chelsea and Westminster hospital for further treatment but the fear is she could have an infection.”

Katie’s representative added: “After an extremely restless night in pain I can confirm that Katie was taken to at Epsom Hospital A&E, she was later transferred to Chelsea and Westminster where she has been seen by her consultant.”

If you’re struggling and need to talk, the Samaritans operate a free helpline open 24/7 on 116 123. Alternatively, you can email [email protected] or visit their site to find your local branch