PRINCESS Andre is the spitting image of her mum Katie Price in her latest selfie.

The 15-year-old, whose dad is Peter Andre, shared a snap as she promoted a clothing brand – showing off her famous long curly hair.

Katie was known for having very similar hair at the start of her glamour modelling career.

Her fans rushed to comment on the snap, with many pointing out how much she looks like Katie.

One person wrote: “Beautiful 😍 like your mam x.”

A second commented: “You look so much like your mum.”

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While a third added:  "Got ya mothers genes."

Princess has started doing bits of influencing work in recent months but  has been subjected to cruel trolls accusing her of editing her snaps.

She recently hit back saying: "For the people commenting about the photo apparently being edited you can quite clearly see that it’s my hair and not the tiles."

And her dad Pete quickly backed her, writing: "Sweetheart don’t get into the habit of worrying about what people say. Be you’re beautiful self and enjoy life."

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Dad-of-four Pete wrote about the incident in his new! Magazine column, explaining: "I've always told Princess that when she puts things on social media it's best to always either turn the comments off or block or ignore anybody who is negative.

"But when I saw someone accusing her of editing one of her pictures, and she replied, my comment was basically not to get into the habit of worrying about what people say. And this applies to everyone," the reality TV star added. "Just be your beautiful self and enjoy life."

The concerned dad added: "I just don't want her to get into the habit of worrying about trolls, because if you do it can be a downward spiral."

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