Fans of Katie Price have rushed to defend her after the former glamour model was criticised on social media for letting her youngest daughter wear high heels.
On Instagram, the mum-of-five shared a snap of herself with four of her children and told fans she "can't wait" to for them to spend the half-term holidays doing fun things together.
She wrote in the caption of the pic, which didn't include her 14-year-old son Junior: "Can't wait to spend half term with all my kiddies. What has everyone got planned for half term?"
The photo showed Katie beaming beside Harvey, 17, Princess, 12, Jett, six and Bunny, five.
Why don't you mind your own business?
Some fans spotted that Bunny was wearing a set of massive pink stiletto heels, as she stood holding onto her mum's handbag.
One fan wrote, "Bunny's boots, far too cute!" with a string of heart-eye emojis, and another laughed, "What has bunny got on her feet?" while a third said, "Love bunny's boots, super cute".
But one follower drew flak by asking, with a suspicious-face emoji: "Why has Bunny got high heels on?"
A number of Katie's loyal fans were quick to respond, as one replied: "Get over yourself, I'm sure she wasn't wearing them all the time."
"Everyone parents differently," another said, adding: "Why don't you mind your own business?"
Someone else echoed that line, telling the commenter: "Why is it any of your business?"
Katie responded to one fan who said they think Bunny will be a diva, telling them with a crying-laughing emoji: "She's a mini me."
It follows reports that Katie's putting her heels aside to join the line-up of reality show Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins.
Speaking to The Sun earlier this week, an insider claimed: "Kate has been teasing fans about a secret project she's been training for. She's not supposed to tell anyone but as ever Pricey finds it hard to keep her mouth shut.
"She's signed up to do the next series of Celebrity SAS on Channel 4 and she's desperately trying to get fit for it."
The source went on to say that, while Katie is a veteran when it comes to reality TV, there's no "tougher" show than SAS: Who Dares Wins, adding: "Last series recruits had to fight each other, climb mountains - and get chased through the countryside - and that's just the physical side."
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