KATIE PRICE has revealed she will be moving back into her £2million mansion after vowing to never live there again. 

The 42-year-old had been looking at properties to buy in Sussex with her partner Carl Woods after deciding she would put her 'mucky mansion' on the market. 

The glamour model snapped up the sprawling Sussex home for £1.3million in 2014 but the property fell into disrepair as Katie struggled with her mental health and checked herself into The Priory.

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However, in her most recent YouTube video the mum-of-five revealed that she is in a much better mental space and feels ready to move back into the property. 

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Katie Price and Carl Woods are looking foward to renovating the property (YouTube/Katie Price)

In the video Katie said that it was much easier being back in the house with her partner Carl.

She said:  “Mentally I can come in here at the minute, before I was like ‘get me out, get me out’ but this is the longest I have lasted.”

Despite the property holding such bad memories for her and admitting that her children "hate" it, she revealed it's time to turn a new leaf and get back into her family home. 

The house is in dire need of work and builders have been drafted in to kick off renovations after the kitchen flooded and the bathroom ceiling caved in. 

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Katie revealed the structural reasons why she was unable to move back in straight away (YouTube/Katie Price). 

Katie described in her video that it was important for the family home to be completely different from when she last lived there to safeguard her mental health.

In the video Katie was seen standing in the ground, debating her next move.

She said:  “Oh it’s such a sad house.”

She added: “For me to move back into the house, nothing at all can be the same because of my mental health, it just reminds me, looking around, of situations and I don’t like it.”

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Katie is looking for people to help her redesign her home (YouTube/Katie Price)

However, with Carl by her side and a new lease of life Katie seemed full of excitement as work started on the property. 

She said: "This is the before and to see I'm actually smiling - I never smiled in this house before."

Carl followed by saying that her mental state was much better and she can think clearly now she's not "emotionally attached" to the property. 

Katie agreed saying her mental state was "much better". 

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The couple showed themselves moving furniture into the property after deciding to stay (YouTube/Katie Price).

At the end of the video viewers could see the happy couple moving things back into the property as renovations begin to turn it into Katie and Carl's dream family home.