Katie Price has been slammed by followers after putting a filter on her teenage daughter’s face.
The mum of five came after fire after sharing a series of snaps and videos of Princess with a jaw-dropping makeover, with the 13-year-old girl looking far older than her years with straightened hair, false eyelashes and a full face of makeup.
Former glamour model Katie gushed over her teen girl and bragged the blonde beauty is her “mini-me”.
But despite the heavy makeup – including full eyebrows, smoky eyeshadow and glossy lips – Katie still edited Princess’ face by using a filter on her Instagram video.
“Like mother like daughter,” she captioned the Boomerang clip, which showed her flicking her own straightened locks as she pouted into the lens before panning the camera to Princess, who copied her mum with her own kissing-face pose.
Fans were quick to spot the filter she’d used on her video didn’t quite fit her face, as the Instagram-generated false eyelash was superimposed over her hair when she shifted suddenly to glance over her shoulder.
“The filter moved the eyes lash into Kate hair,” one fan laughed in the comments section.
Others called her out for slapping a filter over Princess.
“Katie, what are you doing? You don’t need to edit yourself this much!! (Or your beautiful daughter),” wrote one.
“Princess is gorgeous with out the filters, hate it when people put filters on their kids,” said another.
A third wrote: “I hope she has more peace of mind than her mother she doesn’t need to be acting like this.”
And a forth commented: “Shame you’ve encouraged to cake her in makeup at 13 kids don’t wanna be kids anymore…..”
“She’s a natural beauty no need for all that make up,” added another follower.
Princess’s dad Peter Andre is yet to comment on his daughter’s new look, but has previously objected to Katie beautifying her with makeup.
In 2010 he slammed his ex-wife when she shared a picture of young Princess in full makeup with her curly hair straightened.
“It’s a young girl with false eyelashes, full makeup for the whole world to see. To be honest I’m disgusted with it – I don’t want to see that,” he said at the time.
He made another dig at Katie in 2018 while commenting on The Saturdays singer Una Healy’s decision to let her daughter Aoife-Belle wear cosmetics.
“A lot of kids love dressing up like mum, but personally I don’t like posting pictures like that because it attracts the wrong kind of attention,” he wrote in his new! magazine column.
“I’m not having a go or saying that her intentions were anything but positive, but it’s something I don’t do.”