By Georgina Littlejohn

All the gang together: Katie Price carried daughter Tiaamii as she took sons Junior (in grey top) and Harvey (white top) to an IMAX screening of the Lion King 3D today

Being such a busy and successful businesswoman who is constantly in demand, it must be a real treat for Katie Price to spend the day with all her children.

So when the opportunity arose for her to take her brood to a special Disney screening of the Lion King, she jumped at the chance to gather her cubs and head up to London.

The glamour model, 33, was snapped outside the IMAX theatre in Waterloo with her three children as they posed for some pictures before heading inside.

Katie carried four-year-old daughter Princess Tiaamii, who looked just like her mother with her long blond curly hair.

At their feet was Tiaamii's brother Junior, six, and their half-brother Harvey, nine, who was grabbed for a picture by an actor dressed up as one of the film's characters, the meerkat Timon.

The family were joined by and some friends who had come along to share in the day.

You looking forward to this? Katie and the kids prepare to head into the cinema as Harvey poses with an actor dressed as Timon

But noticeably absent was Katie's Argentinian boyfriend Leandro Penna, who is currently in Miami.

Katie took to her Twitter page an hour or so before to announce how much her family were looking forward to the screening.

She wrote: 'Kids so excited about today!'

And not only were they happy about attending the screening, but she also announced that they were picking up a couple of puppies.

There's a lot of people here, Mummy: This wasn't a normal morning at the cinema for Tiaamii as she looked around her as she and Katie walked into the cinema

Also attending the breakfast screening was TV presenter Myleene Klass, who brought four-year-old daughter Ava, who, despite being used to her mother's fame, came over all camera shy on the red carpet.

Disney have re-released their 1994 smash-hit animated feature film in 3D to revive the movie and entice a new generation of fans.

The film, which tells the story of young lion cub Simba who goes into exile after he is tricked into thinking he killed his father, is released in the UK on October 7, exactly 17 years to the day of its original release.

One on her own: Katie stepped away from her children to have her picture taken

Meanwhile, Katie, whose body has given her fame and fortune, moaned about her assets in a new interview.

Speaking to the Sunday Mirror, she said: 'I hate my belly and my knobbly knees and I hate my finger where I had a cancer scare years ago and had a lump removed.

My boobs are saggy and my hair’s falling out from where they dyed it wrong in LA.'

Shy girl: Myleene Klass also attended the screening with daughter Ava who tried to hide her face from the cameras

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