Nobody knows how to hustle better than Katie Price, and lately she’s been on a serious mission to make money, after a brush with bankruptcy.
Her latest business plan features a kids’ clothing boutique inspired by her two daughters, Princess and Bunny – and fans have rushed to compliment the new range.
The former glamour model took to instagram on Wednesday evening with a sneak peek at the logo, writing: “Woooo coming soon my new kids clothing range. @princessandbunny.co.uk 💕💕💕💕💕💕.”
Mum-of-five Katie confirmed she has been working on the Princess & Bunny Boutique for a year now, revealing that it will be launching in April.
She’s also running a competition for children ages 4-14 to model at her fashion show.
The website www.princessandbunny.co.uk promises to be open for business from April, but there is a dedicated Instagram account, curated by Katie, already up and running.
Her 1.9million followers rushed to compliment the business, with one writing: “Eeek so exciting can’t wait to see xx.”
Another commented: “Cannot wait to see the collection!”
A third joked: “There’s no stopping a mum on a mission, lol. What a great idea ♥️♥️♥️🤗x.” While a fourth added: “You are a strong woman with beautiful children and you treat every day as a new day with no mistakes in it and you should be so proud of all your enterprises and I wish you every success X.”
Some though, weren’t sure about the Bunny part of the logo, with one commenting: “I love the logo but I’d change the ear that looks like a willy 🤣.”
Another said: “Good luck with your new venture. But I too don’t think the Bunny logo works! I couldn’t work it out – thought it was a toilet seat!!”
Others are already begging for an expansion of the business, writing: “Yay please tell me you’re doing a boys range @officialkatieprice.”
Katie replied to a few comments from the Princess & Bunny Instagram account, confirming: “I’m launching boys too xx.” She also thanked many fans for their support.
The reality star has been criticised in recent weeks for “using” her children to make money – with fans begging her to delete her eldest son, Harvey’s Instagram account.
The 16-year-old, who is severely disabled, has been attacked by trolls since unveiling the social media presence.
The 40-year-old businesswoman has been fighting tirelessly for “Harvey’s Law” this past year, which, if passed, would see online trolls prosecuted for their verbal abuse.
She began a petition to make trolling a criminal offence and it received over 220,000 signatures last year. MPs also acknowledged that online abuse should be made illegal last month.
We love a bit of pink. We can’t wait to see what Katie’s come up with for this range…
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