Katie Price’s daughter Princess hits back at critics on Instagram: “It’s none of your beeswax!”

Price uploaded a video of Princess hitting back over make-up controversy

Katie Prince and Princess in wicked fairy panto costume

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Katie Price caused quite the controversy online over the weekend after she uploaded images to Instagram of her eight year old daughter, Princess, with a full face of make-up on.

But after receiving comments on her post urging Price to “let her be a child”, she has taken to the social media site to silence critics.

But we don’t just mean Katie, because Princess herself had something to say to those attacking her mum for her for letting her mimic her mum’s make-up style.

The fiesty child confidently said:

“By the way, I want to do my make-up, not my Mum, I do. And anyway, it’s not on your beeswax, so, ooshh.”

This is possiblty the sassiest video of an eight year old we've ever seen.

Price captioned the pic: “Princess fires back #family.”

Katie’s followers have now commented on the post in defence of the pair of dress-up fanatics, saying:

“She's a little girl playing dress up... Like every little girl. She's really cute too!!”

And another:

“Ha fiesty little girl! Of course she wants to dress up like her mum, she is proud of her.”

The original images uploaded by Katie shows Princess dressing up in a full face of make-up, including what looks like false eye lashes and bright pink lipstick, as she went backstage at the Sleeping Beauty panto in which Price is currently playing the Wicked Fairy.

The snaps were clearly supposed to show a snapshot of the mother and daughter bonding, but this didn’t stop critics laying into the former glamour model.

And this isn’t the first time Katie’s parenting choices have caught peoples attention, and she has often dressed up and ‘showed-off’ Princess, which is something Peter Andre - Katie's ex-husband and Princess' father - is said to be unhappy about.

Defiant Katie continues to be uninfluenced by critics however, saying she’s a strong mum and role model.

By Hayley Kadrou

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