Katie Price gets back to work as she flogs tickets to her £80 makeup masterclasses

She has been taking time out to recover after an alleged assault at her home last month.

And Katie Price got back into the swing of work on Saturday as she took to Instagram to flog tickets to a makeup masterclass.

The former glamour model, 43, announced that she will visit Birmingham, Derbyshire and Manchester on September 26 for a series of classes. 

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Busy: Katie Price got back into the swing of work on Saturday as she took to Instagram to flog tickets to a makeup masterclass, after taking time out following alleged assault at her home

She will then head to Scotland for three dates in October where fans will learn how to recreate Katie’s makeup looks and get the chance to meet her one-on-one.

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Katie looked incredibly glamorous in the shots shared on her social media where she was fully made up and gave sultry poses.

The £80 classes are available to purchase by members of the public as they return after being postponed due to the pandemic. 

Exciting: The former glamour model, 43, announced that she will visit Birmingham, Derbyshire and Manchester on September 26 for a series of classes

It comes after she has bowed out of several work commitments after police were called to her home in Essex last month.

She was allegedly attacked in a 1.30am assault. 

Police were called to a property where Katie was staying, where a man was arrested on suspicion of assault, theft and coercive and controlling behaviour. 

Class: She will then head to Scotland for three dates in October where fans will learn how to recreate Katie’s makeup looks and get the chance to meet her one-on-one

Following the assault the man, 32, was released on bail. 

Despite the support of her loved ones, Katie still ‘doesn’t feel safe’, and has been beefing up the security at her home in the wake of her attack.   

It was previously reported that Katie ‘cannot face’ the prospect of a court appearance, yet a source close to the star said friends and family have rallied around her to ensure she has the strength to pursue a conviction.

Upsetting: It comes after she has bowed out of several work commitments after police were called to her home in Essex last month. She was allegedly attacked in a 1.30am assault (pictured are her facial injuries afterwards) 

An insider told MailOnline recently: ‘It’s not true that she is dropping the case, but she is very scared and and is feeling emotionally vulnerable.

‘All her friends and family are behind her and will make sure she has the strength to pursue the case, so she is going full steam ahead.’  

The day after the assault, Katie was pictured with bruises to her face and told The Sun: ‘I’m still all dazed. I’m devastated. I ran away after being punched — I ran to Harvey’s house nearby and have now done damage to my feet, which I previously injured.’

Katie said she was attacked as she watched TV – forcing her to flee in terror to her eldest son’s nearby home.

She said the alleged assault was ‘unprovoked’, adding: ‘I was just sitting there watching telly when the assault happened.’

An Essex Police spokesman said: ‘A 32-year-old man arrested on suspicion of assault, theft and coercive and controlling behaviour has been released on bail until September 20.’

Terrifying: Despite the support of her loved ones, Katie still ‘doesn’t feel safe’, and has been beefing up the security at her home in the wake of her attack