By DAILY MAIL REPORTER
Father figure: Leandro carried Katie's son Junior around when he was too tired to walk at the end of the day
They’ve spent most of their Marbella holiday poolside at beach bars, but yesterday Katie Price took Leandro Penna and her son Junior shopping instead.
And her latest beau soon mucked in with the family taking a turn holding Junior as the couple hit the Spanish shops, including Zara in the shopping district of Puerto Banus.
Leandro effortlessly carried the five-year-old around as they perused the stores in Marbella where there have been holidaying for the past week.
Mummy's boy: Katie then picked up her five-year-old son, who turns six this month
Katie wrote on her Twitter page after the day out: ‘Had a great day with kids leo jane Derek gary phil ruby George! I love them & love life yes I fall in love quick its better than hating!’
Her daughter Princess, three, and Harvey, nine, were not photographed with the couple though during the outing.
The 33-year-old former glamour model looked summery in a checked shirt she paired up with tiny denim shorts.
Shopping trio: Katie Price, Leandro and Junior perused the shops in Marbella yesterday during their Spanish holiday
Meanwhile, her handsome Argentinian boyfriend Leandro, 25, wore an all-blue ensemble and shaded his eyes from the sun in a pair of Ray Ban glasses.
Katie and Leandro have been in Marbella for the past week and have been spotted enjoying the night-life throughout their trip.
They were also seen along with The Only Way Is Essex cast and Kerry Katona in the region throughout the week.
Enjoying the night-life: Earlier this week, Katie and Leandro got dressed up for a night out at one of Marbella's clubs
Katie is never one to keep tight-lipped on her new relationships and the couple have divulged more about their personal life in this week’s issue of OK! magazine.
In the article, Katie said she has put on almost half a stone since dating Leandro, ‘because all they do in Argentina is eat’, she said.
And despite their language difficulties between English and Spanish, Katie said they don’t need to say anything to each other to connect.
Despite having a translator to help out, she said: ‘It’s intuitive, like it is with me and Harvey sometimes.
‘You could talk to Leo and he wouldn’t understand you, but we’ve been together solidly for three months, so we connect – we don’t’ need to say anything’, she said.
New love: The couple, who met in February this year, have been spending a lot of alone time together on the trip poolside