Katie Price 's teenage daughter Princess Andre does not hold back when it comes to letting her mum know her opinions.
The 13-year-old – whose dad is Peter Andre – was quick to mock her mum during a recent question and answer session at home for YouTube.
As she sat on the sofa alongside her 42-year-old mum and her boyfriend Carl Woods, Princess began firing questions at the couple.
“Who is most likely to be arrested?" Princess asked, as she and her younger sister Bunny immediately pointed to their mum.
Katie's seven-year-old son Jett could be heard saying in the background: "Easy, mum!" to which she quickly responded: "What Jett? Why do you always say me?"
Carl then asked: "Really? What for?" as Katie added: "Yeah, arrested for what?"
Looking a bit sheepish, Princess replied: "I don't know," before adding to Carl: "You're quite sensible."
"I would say Carl," Katie then said with a serious face, as Princess said: "See I actually disagree, I think mum would."
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"Yeah but you're just going on my driving offences, being banned four times," argued Katie, "I haven't been arrested!"
But Princess then mocked her mum and laughed: "Being banned four times!"
Former Love Island star Carl then decided to turn the tables and asked Katie's kids if they think she can sing.
While Bunny said: "Yes, definitely," Princess was pretty blunt and answered: "No!"
An outraged Katie quickly replied: "I think I can sing, that's all that matters! It depends on the song."
Carl then told her: "I think you're an amazing singer," as Katie burst into Alicia Keys' Girl On Fire – but he didn't look too pleased about it.
Katie has made no secret of the fact that she would like to enjoy a career as a singer and was even a runner-up in the selection contest for a representative for the United Kingdom at the 2005 Eurovision Song Contest.
In July 2010, Katie released a single called Free to Love Again.
Speaking about the release, she explained: "I'm not a singer, this is just something that I'm doing for fun.
"It's not like I'm worried about getting a chart position or number one, this is purely for fun. Whether people like it or not, I'm doing it."
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