Katie Price faces fury for letting Princess Andre break Covid rules

Katie Price has risked backlash after allowing her daughter to visit her friend's house to hang out in doors despite it being in breach of Covid guidelines.

On Wednesday evening Princess,13, made the trip to her best friend Tiana Harris' home where they spent the evening hanging out and making a cake.

The girls decided to stream the evening online prompting fury from shocked followers.

Currently government guidelines state that a Rule of Six or two households is place across England outdoors.

You may visit another person's home but only hang out in their garden.

No indoor mixing is allowed unless you are part of a support bubble or live alone.

As the live comments section started to be flooded with backlash for breaching rules, Princess hit out: "OMG these people. Some people really hate on kids' life.

"Let them hate you know, it doesn't effect us."

Princess said during the stream: "Guys we got tested we are negative.

"We literally tested ourselves this morning and we both tested negative so if you are going to hate then…

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"Guys basically we are allowed to mix households."

Tiana later confirmed they were at her house by adding during the stream that Princess could find something in the other room "next to my TV".

At 10.36pm Carl Woods – Katie's boyfriend – logged into the stream before messaging: "It's late. Go to bed Princess."

Minutes later Katie herself logged on and added: "Yeah go to bed I agree with @Carljwoods."

Pulling an awkward face, Princess hit out: "Oh Carl! Him and mum are probably just sitting there."

A rep for Katie Price has been contacted multiple times for comment prior to publication.

Earlier this month Princess was left gutted after her TikTok account was taken offline.

Despite insisting she has done nothing wrong, the page has been permanently banned for multiple breaches.

Updating her Instagram story, Princess shared a screenshot of the message which read: "Your account was permanently banned due to multiple violations of our community guidelines."

She added over the post: "My TikTok again!! I'm doing nothing wrong. Is this happening to anyone else?".

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TikTok's rules state that a user must be at least 13-years-old to join the site so long as they have their parent's permission.

Both Princess' dad Peter and her mum Katie have appeared in videos on her page.

Prior to the latest development, Princess was banned from TikTok twice before.

It's not clear why she was temporally suspended for the app.

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