Katie Price signs Princess up with her YouTube agency as fans fear Peter’s reaction
Katie Price signed the YouTube agency, where she represented her daughter Princess.
The 13-year-old Princess has collected 91,000 views on her YouTube channel, despite posting a video that introduces herself to her fans.
This move may be a surprise to Peter Andre’s fans for a long time, who wanted his children to stay away from the agenda and objected to getting their own social media accounts at a young age.
In his official channel simply called Princess Andre, the teenager listed contact information for Proseeders, a self-defining “Influencer Marketing Agency”.
Proseeders is the same agency that looks at Katie’s YouTube channel.
The Princess has recently been allowed her own Instagram account.
Her 15-year-old brother, Junior, also has his own page.
Katie’s father, who married from 2005 to 2009, had previously said that she did not want her children to go to social media.
In 2017, he said: “I don’t let Princess or Junior go to social media or anything like that yet. I am very strict, I do not allow at home.
“I am worried about cyberbullying – all these things children experience are worrying about what they look like, worrying about what someone is saying about them.”
Peter’s second wife Emily, Amelia six, and Theo Theo have three and two more children.
It is so protective that the two youngest children hide their faces on social media.
Mirror Online contacted Peter representatives to comment.
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