Katie Price scolded her teenage daughter after she put a filter in her face.
The five-year-old came after the fire after sharing multiple photos and videos of the princess changing jaw drops, the 13-year-old girl looks older than her years with itchy, false eyelashes and makeup full face.
Former glamor model Katie was crushed on top of her teenage daughter and the blonde beauty is her “mini-me”.
But despite heavy makeup with full eyebrows, smoky eyeshadow and shiny lips – Katie edited the princess face using a filter in her Instagram video.
“Like a mother like a daughter,” she says in the caption, the boomerang clip, which shows her pulling her straight palms while pounding the lens before panning the camera to the princess, who copied her mother in her kiss-face gesture.
The filter that fans used in her video didn’t fit perfectly for her face, as the Instagram-produced false eyelashes were spotted on her hair when it suddenly moved over her shoulder at a glance.
“The filter casts an eyebrow at Kate’s hair,” one fan laughed at the comments.
Others call her to put a filter on the princess.
“Katie, what are you doing? You don’t have to edit yourself so much !! (or your beautiful daughter),” one wrote.
Another said, “Princess with filters is so beautiful, people hate it when they give their kids filters.”
A third wrote: “I hope he has more peace of mind than his mother because he doesn’t have to behave like that.”
And made an earlier comment: “Shame on you for encouraging her to do 13 makeup and not want to be a kid anymore …..”
“She’s a natural beauty who doesn’t need make-up at all,” another follower added.
Princess’ father Peter Andre has not yet commented on his daughter’s new look, but Katie had previously objected to beautifying her with makeup.
He lashed out at his ex-wife in 2010 when he shared a picture of a young princess with straight makeup to straighten her curly hair.
“This is a young woman with false eyelashes, full makeup to see the whole world.
He made another dig in Katie in 2013 to comment on musician Anna Healy’s decision on Saturday to let her daughter Aweff-Bailey wear cosmetics.
“A lot of kids like the decor like mom but personally I don’t like posting pictures like this because it draws the wrong kind of attention,” she wrote in her new! Magazine column.
“I’m not going to say or say that his motives were anything but positive, but it’s something I don’t do.”