Kieran Hayler splurges on Jett and Bunny after Katie Price bankruptcy woes

Katie Price's ex Kieran Hayler splashed the cash ahead of Christmas Day to make sure their son Jett is in the Christmas spirit.

Kieren, 32, treated Jett, six, Bunny, five, and 11 of the their mates to a no expenses spared trip to Tulleys Christmas Farm in Crawly.

As well as shelling out £385 for 11 £34 Santa Experience tickets, Kieran also spent a further £70 to let the children go ice skating once inside.

On top of that, the kind-hearted star is believed to have also footed the bill for the children's parents as well.

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In total, the bill is thought to have been upwards of £500.

A source told Daily Star Online: "Kieran was spotted at the entrance purchasing the tickets for Jet, Bunny, Valentino and 11 of their pals along with Michelle.

"Kieran purchased the tickets with cash and it looked like he paid for everyone – all the kids and adults."

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Spreading the festive cheer even more, Kieran was later seen by another visitor buying personalised stockings for the whole group.

The couple also picked out a whopping 10-foot real tree from the farm to take home.

Kieran's spending spree comes just days after Jett and Bunny's mum Katie was declared bankrupt.

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On November 26, Katie, who was once estimated to be worth £45million, was declared bankrupt at a court in London

The former glamour model had previously avoided bankruptcy in December 2018 after agreeing a plan to pay back what she owes.

She had submitted a payment plan to the court known as an Individual Voluntary Agreement (IVA) to manage her repayments, which totalled an estimated £250,000.

An IVA is a formal agreement with creditors, which lets people with debt pay it back at an affordable rate.

However, after she fell behind with the agreed monthly payments JMW Solicitors, who represented the insolvency practitioner overseeing Katie's IVA, took the matter to court.

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