Katie Price hits back at criticism over Princess’ straightened hair

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by Emmeline Saunders |
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Is she basically saying everyone is jealous? Pretty much

Katie Price has been through a funny old transformation, hasn't she? Gone are the big boobs and the wild outfits, and in their place is an demure Loose Women TV presenter.

But don't worry, some things remain the same, and that is the amount of online criticism Katie gets about the parenting of her five kids.

The latest controversy stems from a picture Katie posted to Instagram earlier this week, which showed her eight-year-old daughter Princess with iron-straight hair.

Princess, as you obviously already know, naturally has crazy blonde curls, so it seems clear the straightening treatment must have taken ages or been very strong on a child's hair.

"Princess soo lucky to have natural long blonde hair #family," Katie captioned the snap.

She also uploaded one from a different angle, tagging this one: "My little beauty."

And while most commenters had only nice things to say, some were deeply unimpressed that Katie was giving Princess yet another beauty treatment.

However, the ex-glamour model has hit back by posting a still from Disney's Tangled.

"What people say about Princess," Katie added next to it.

It comes after she apologised for allowing her eldest daughter to wear makeup while behind the scenes at her pantomime performance last year.

Princess was snapped with heavy eye makeup and lip gloss just before Christmas, something which Katie initially defended.

But when speaking on Loose Women, she admitted that she may have been wrong.

"To me that's innocent because she's copying her mum. But after I posted it people were saying to me, 'Oh my god Katie, think about paedophiles'. And I thought, 'Oh yeah, you're right'."

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