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Katie Price 43, has been slammed again, this time for filtering a picture of herself and daughter Bunny 6 in a recent Instagram post.
Katie shared a selfie of her and Bunny to her 2.6 million followers and captioned the cute snap: "Me and my gorgeous Bunny bops."
The photo shows Katie with a head band on and her white teeth on display as she grins alongside young daughter Bunny, who is doing the peace sign and dressed in a pink tie-dye t-shirt in the mother and daughter selfie.
However, some fans were quick to question the snap, accusing the business woman of filtering out any imperfections.
"Why are you filtering a little girl?" wrote one. While another added: "Even bunny is filtered" followed by the eye roll emoji.
Other fans, though, were quick to jump to her defence. "I don't understand why people seem to seek Katie's photos out to make rude, nasty comments. I wonder what happened to Be Kind?! Imagine how she must feel reading them… honestly it's awful, some people should be so ashamed," one pleaded.
Katie has never shied away for sharing snaps of her kids and Bunny always appears comfortable in front of the camera, regularly popping up on her mum’s Instagram account. She was pictured looking cute in a J’Adore short-sleeved tracksuit top in pale yellow with matching joggers and her hood up recently slightly smiling showing a gap in her front teeth.
The mum-of-five Katie is used to being criticised and was recently labelled "absolutely disgusting" by followers on another picture of Bunny where she was seen in a full face of heavy make up.
Katie recently returned from Portugal with fiancé Carl Woods having jetted off on one of the first flights out of London to Portugal last month when Portugal was on the green travel list.
She has openly slammed those breaking Covid rules and was clear that she had followed the rules closely and only went on holiday as travel restrictions eased.
The former model admitted the PCR tests she needed to take in order to travel cost more than the holiday itself.
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