KATIE Price has vowed she'll never move back into her "Mucky Mansion" as she's officially moved in with boyfriend Carl Woods.

The Sun revealed last month that firefighters tackled a blaze at the star's former home after it went up in flames.

Katie, 42, has now confirmed she's has too many "bad memories" at the £2million Sussex – following a spat of burglaries and failed rennovations – and she's decided she'll never return.

The mum-of-five, who was admitted to The Priory ealier this year, said: "I’ve still got the house here with the kids for the minute, but we’re looking for somewhere.

"I've moved in with him, the kids will stay at his, but his house is the show home, it's immaculate, but mine is more like the Jungle Book.

"The doctors from The Priory have said that my house, mentally, is a place I can't ever go back to because there's too many memories.

She added to The Mirror: "Even just walking up the driveway drives me mad, and when I'm in I want to get out of there. I can't explain it in my head and it's just so sad what's happened to my house."

Katie, who was once worth an estimated £40million, bought the 11-bedroom pile from former Tory minister Francis Maude in 2014.

She confessed: "It's sad because it could be such an amazing place, but no I'm done it with.

"I own that house but it just literally sits there until mentally I'm ready to do something with it. It's weird to know that I still own that big house, it just sits there, I sometimes forget that I've even got it."

Katie said she refused to live in because it was where she "did coke" last year.

Katie renamed "Priceywood" and gave fans a tour before she cleared out permanently in June.

She cleared out of the place permanently in June – vowing never to live there again after giving one last farewell tour to fans.

The star has since started a new chapter in her life with 31-year-old former Love Islander Carl – with the pair even revealing they are going to begin trying for a baby.

The Sun exclusively revealed in January that Katie is writing a seventh tell-all book to set the record straight on 2019 – which she called her "nightmare" year.

The book will see her talk openly about her financial struggles and narrowly avoiding bankruptcy last year.

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