KATIE Price couldn't help but embarrass daughter Princess as she took new man Carl Woods for a spin on her electric scooter.
The former glamour model, 42, was spotted with her boyfriend and daughter at Thorpe Park on Saturday.
During the theme park visit, Carl hopped on Katie's scooter as the pair frolicked next to a row of fast food restaurants.
Watching the couple, Princess, 13, complained: "Embarrassing. That's so… why?"
Later on, Katie filmed Carl as he attempted to win a soft toy from the claw machine.
As 31-year-old skilfully manoeuvred the crane, he joked: "I'm £50 in for a £1 bear."
And the fun didn't end there, with the former Love Island star later moving on to a pirate-themed ball in a bucket game.
The couple – who found love during lockdown – are set to film a new travel TV show to document their "adventures" around the world.
They have already begun filming it for their new YouTube channel, giving fans the opportunity to get to know them as a couple.
An insider told The Sun: "Katie and Carl and planning an Indiana Jones-style adventure where they visit places other couples have never ventured.
"They're planning to combine a boundary-pushing travel show all about food and travel with a love story that unfolds before viewers' eyes.
"Filming begun yesterday at Shaka Zulu's tenth birthday and the adventures will continue this weekend as they get ready for a road trip with the children.
"The footage is going to appear on their own couples' YouTube but they are also in talks with a German TV channel."
The pair have known each other for years, but were set up by a mutual friend in June and have been secretly dating ever since.
Carl is a car dealer from Essex and appeared on Love Island in 2016 as a bombshell on the speed dating task – but didn’t make it into the villa.
Katie has been singing his praises as he selflessly looked after her following her traumatic freak accident on holiday.
The pair recently made their debut on the red carpet at an event, with Carl pulling wheelchair-bound Katie up for a smooch in front of the cameras.
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