PETER Andre and Katie Price’s 13-year-old daughter Princess launched her YouTube career tonight – with her famous parents set to appear in future episodes.
As the show launched, reality star Katie, 42, told the The Sun Online: “She will be a YouTube sensation.”
However, in a sign that Princess isn’t afraid to talk about her famous parents, she told viewers: “If it wasn’t for my dad, we wouldn’t have any manners” before giggling: “That is a lie, that is a lie.”
She opened her first show naming Love Island’s Molly-Mae Hague and Strictly star Saffron Barker as among her favourite YouTubers.
Princess explained: “We’ve got the most craziest family ever. We have animals and stuff.”
Speaking about Katie and Peter, she said: “They met on I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! Just a quick fact: me and Junior were the first children to be born from that show.
“I’ve been really wanting to start a YouTube channel during lockdown because there’s nothing to do.”
Earlier today Pricey was forced to deny buying Princess a set of rude chocolate bars called “f**ker, t**t and oral” for her birthday after the teenage posted a picture of them on Instagram.
And she added that everything on the YouTube channel would be edited and age-appropriate to Princess’s young following.
Katie said: “YouTube is far easier to manage. Princess is in the dog house after posting those chocolates. They were not a present from me. It’s all a part of real parenting.”
Princess is no strange to YouTube, popping up last night on both of her parent’s online video projects.
First her incredible birthday was shown and Peter and wife Emily’s mansion in Sun reality series Life With The Andres, then she appeared in one of mum Katie’s YouTube videos where she had her nails done.
As viewers to Pete’s show know, Princess often states that her ambition is to be a singer like her dad – but with the launch of her own YouTube series, it’s clear she’s following in both of her parent’s footsteps.
The video platform, which is owned by tech giant Google, has made vast fortunes for some of its stars thanks to the adverts that play during clips.
Brighton-based PewDiePie, whose real name is real name Felix Kjellberg, rakes in £6.5million a month, according to a new report.