Katie Piper enjoys hen do at Alan Carr’s stand up show


Katie Piper has been enjoying her last few moments of being a single woman before she gets married to Richard Sutton. The 31-year-old was seen having a ball with friends as she attended Alan Carr’s stand-up show at London’s Hammersmith Apollo.

In appropriate hen-do attire the model wore a sheer white dress accessorised with a white garter and veil. Getting excited about her upcoming nuptials Katie shared a picture of her in her hen do outfit alongside the caption: "Kiss the miss goodbye."

The mother-of-one and her hens turned up to the show in style travelling by limousine and enjoying gin cocktails. When inside the venue onlookers said Katie was very happy to chat and take photos with fans whilst waiting for Alan Carr to start his Yap! Yap! Yap! stand up show.

Kiss the Miss goodbye

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Katie, who was the victim of a horrendous acid attack when she was 24, revealed her fears that due to health complications she would not be able to marry her fiancé Richard Sutton this year.

Maintaining a positive attitude she said to Reveal: "I'm praying we can still do it this year," but admitting "it’s been an absolute nightmare trying to plan the wedding because of all my health problems. Richard’s been really supportive though and I can’t wait to marry him."

The couple got engaged last December after Katie gave birth to their daughter Belle Elizabeth in March 2014.

Recently the bride-to-be revealed that she would love to adopt a child with burns after struggling to conceive naturally for the second time.


Katie is hoping to marry fiancé Richard this year

Speaking to the Daily Mirror she explained that injuries she sustained from the attack have made it difficult for her to eat which has led to a vitamin deficiency and made it difficult for her to fall pregnant.

"I've got a problem with my oesophagus. If I eat anything it gets stuck and I choke, because when acid was thrown over me I swallowed some of it and it burned my throat."

"So I’ve been to the doctor and he has given me these vitamin shakes, which replace proper food. I take them every day, but there aren’t enough vitamins to make a baby."

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