Peter Andre has been questioned by fans over a new Instagram of his ten year old daughter Princess Tiaamii, who some fans believed was wearing make-up in the image.
The father of four posted the portrait just yesterday on his social media account and it has since racked up over 21,550 likes and a lot of comments – but not all of the remarks were positive.
Photographed looking directly into the camera with a small smile on her face, Peter referred to his daughter by her nickname and captioned the image ‘I can’t cope 🙂 My little bist’.
Whilst many fans were complimentary, some commenters were quick to call out her long, dark eyelashes and a debate raged on in the comments, with one commenter imploring: “Please no make up Peter”, and another noting: “I think a lipgloss”.
“Has she got false eyelashes on courtesy of her mother??” a third asked.
However, the former I’m a Celebrity star was quick to respond in the comments, writing: “Hahah 100% no make up, I can promise you that…. she is just naturally a beaut”.
Other commenters came to his defence, praising Princess for her natural beauty. One user wrote: “If people looked at her when she was a baby would notice she’s always had beautiful dark eye lashes she’s just lucky! And gorgeous bit like her mum and dad”.
Another followed in the same footsteps, but also went one step further: “can’t understand why some people think she’s wearing make up here. She’s beautiful and Natural. Anyway plenty of girls like playing and wearing make up”.
Back in December 2015, Princess’ mother and Peter’s ex-wife Katie Price was embroiled in a similar controversy, when Princess was pictured on her mother’s Instagram wearing pink lipstick and heavy mascara.
Katie was also at the centre of headlines earlier this August for posting another image of Princess wearing a more natural make up look, captioning the post: “Just look at her.”
As with Peter’s post, it all kicked off in the comments with a user asking: “Why is she wearing make up at her age??”
Another believed Katie had used photo-editing apps on her own daughter’s image, saying “Lol when you Facetune your own daughter face goes to show what you really think of your daughter”.
However the comment section was mainly dominated by support for Katie and her daughter, with one user saying: “So beautiful, and if ppl u have nothing nice to say [then] bugger off! Stop hating get a life! @officialkatieprice she’s a stunner xx”.
FROM: Our sister site, GoodtoKnow. Written by Megan C Hills.