KATIE Price has insisted her nails are growing under her acrylics as she continues to flog a healthy hair and nails drink online.
The former glamour model, 41, who was branded as "fake" for wearing hair and nail extensions in a previous post, has taken to Instagram to share yet another advertisement for the drink.
In the new post, Katie made it clear the hot chocolate drink was prompting growth in her natural nails.
She said: "I'm now using Beauty Locks, it's so good for your hair, nails and your skin. I've noticed a difference, especially in my skin and underneath these nails. They keep on growing so quick, so I have to have them infilled."
Katie then goes on to explain how to use the chocolate powder.
The mum-of-five added: "All you need to do it put a spoon full of chocolate in your cup, you can use water or milk, but I use water because I'm trying to be healthy at the moment.
"As I said, it's really good for your skin. I've been using it for a week now and I'm really noticing the difference."
Earlier this week, fans slammed the star for promoting the drink as she wore hair extensions and false nails.
One lashed out: "Not sure I'd fall for this. Good for hair, skin and nails. Hair, lashes and nails are all false and skin covered in make up."
Another added: "But your hair is extensions and your nails are falsies."
The online post comes a day after Katie was spotted on a lavish spending spree with toyboy lover Kris Boyson.
Despite her upcoming bankruptcy hearing, the star splashed the cash as they hit the shops, including Gucci and Prada, at Bicester Outlet Village in Oxfordshire
The Sun online previously revealed that the mother-of-five could be made bankrupt before Christmas after allegedly failing to keep up with her monthly payments.
She is being pursued by creditors and entered into a Individual Voluntary Agreement over her estimated £250,000 debts to the High Court.
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The star was supposed to be paying off £12,000 a month to her creditors but hasn't done so.
In September, a bankruptcy charge was laid on Katie's mucky mansion and last month Judge Sally Barber ordered her to be served with a draft petition notice within seven days.
According to the Mirror, she will have to return to the Insolvency and Companies Court on November 27 to learn whether or not she will be made bankrupt.
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