Katie Price’s daughter Princess Andre has hit back at trolls making comments about how much make-up she wears.
Former glamour model Katie shares the 15-year-old with ex-husband Peter Andre – along with son Junior Andre, 17 – and has received criticism in the past over her daughter’s glam looks.
Most recently, followers were divided after Princess shared a snap of her wearing a ballgown with a full face of make-up, including a smokey eye.
Pics were also shared by Joel Maguire, the hairstylist who styled her golden locks into a curly half-up-half-down do.
Joel’s comments section was soon flooded with people questioning why she feels the ‘need’ to wear a lot of make-up, but he later said he was deleting them.
However, the teenager herself has no time for the sarky remarks, and brushed off criticism in the most casual way.
After reading the comments, Princess wrote: ‘All these comments about makeup. It was a wedding. But I do appreciate the people being nice.’
Plenty of followers did hurry to her defence, with one writing: ‘My god people with all the make up comments she’s just a young girl experimenting and dressing up, it’s not a case of whether you think she needs it or not… it’s so passive aggressive ’.
Another commented: ‘Make up is not just for image issues people! It can be for fun! Experimenting! Or even just because she wants to. Stop with the “you don’t need it” comments ’.
Others couldn’t believe how much Princess looked like her parents, pointing out that she looks like a younger version of her mum and the ‘double’ of her dad.
Princess recently celebrated her 15th birthday and while we’re sure her day was filled with lavish gifts, dad Pete refused to buy her a puppy because it’s not just a ‘six-month commitment.’
The Mysterious Girl hitmaker, 49, revealed that she always wants him to get her a puppy for her birthday, however, her schedule means it wouldn’t be a feasible option right now.
He explained in his column for OK! magazine: ‘It’s Princess’ 15th birthday this week and although like every year she is desperate for a dog, I always have to explain that it’s not just a six-month commitment.
‘Understandably, she is getting to the age where she wants to do her own thing and hang out with her friends, and so she should.
‘And with me and Emily at work and the kids at school it just doesn’t seem fair on the dog.’
The Australian singer added that ‘now doesn’t seem like the right time’, but he could change his mind down the line about getting Princess her own pet.