Katie Price has left fans speechless after showing off her new gnashers online.

The tabloid regular took to Instagram to show off her new teeth after jetting out to Turkey for the procedure.

Posing with her new Love Island boyfriend Carl Woods, Katie beamed away as the couple took a selfie.

Smiling wide, Katie made sure her brilliant white teeth were on full display.

Despite the low lit room, her teeth gleamed bright in the light of her phone.

Loving her new look, the mum-of-five captioned the snap: "Get on those teeth though."

Earlier this week Katie's family holiday to Turkey ended in chaos after she broke both her feet and ankles.

Katie Price's new teeth are so white that they seem to glow in the dark
Katie Price's new teeth are so white that they seem to glow in the dark

Katie is now facing surgery to pin her feet back together after suffering a horror accident during a day at a Turkish theme park.

The procedure means she will be unable to walk for between three to six months.

A source spilled: "This is the worst thing that could have happened to Katie.

"She has spent all night in A&E in agony with a hairline crack through both of her heels."

Katie has been left in a wheelchair after breaking both of her feet and ankles
Katie has been left in a wheelchair after breaking both of her feet and ankles

The insider added to The Sun Online: "The pain is excruciating – but she has a bigger nightmare to come, trying to look after five children while unable to walk."

A rep for the star said: "I can confirm Katie has incurred an injury.

"It was sustained by her own doing when visiting a family amusement park with her Children, Carl and friends.

"Katie is expected to cut her holiday short and fly back to the UK for further treatment."

On Thursday, Katie shared a snap to her Instagram page, highlighting her horrific injuries.

The mum-of-five captioned the post: "Yes it’s true I have broken my ankles and my feet, I have to have both feet operated on and pins put in ,been told I won’t be able to walk for three to six months."