Princess Andre turned 13 last weekend and her mum ensured the special day was filled with treats.
Katie Price, 42, pulled out all the stops to transform her home for her mini-me daughter’s birthday – which included putting up bouquets of pink balloons and ordering her a Louis Vuitton inspired birthday cake.
The day took a worrying turn when Princess’ 18-year-old brother Harvey – who has Prader-Willi syndrome – needed urgent medical attention after falling ill with chest pains during his sister’s party.
However, Katie has shared that Princess was just pleased that Harvey was feeling better when he returned home from hospital as she dished on all the special details that she thought of to make sure Princess’ lockdown bash was to her liking, during a chat with OK! magazine.
Katie explained: “Princess had opened all her presents, and done some filming for her YouTube channel, so she was happy. It didn’t spoil her day.
“The party was quite low key because of lockdown, just me and the kids. I did the house up all girly with loads of pink balloons and her cake had the Louis Vuitton logo on.”
Revealing that there was a slight mishap, she added: “It was gorgeous but it collapsed sideways because I had the heating on too high – it still tasted great though.”
Proving that she spoilt her little girl, Katie also opened up on gifting Princess – who she shares with ex Peter Andre – a puppy for her birthday and her reason behind the gesture was because “she’s been desperate for one since her last dog got run over.”
Princess was also gifted lots of lavish presents from her dad.
The teen was left stunned and speechless when her doting father presented her with a 32-inch TV of her very own.
While unwrapping her new enormous flatscreen, Princess gasped as she asked Peter” “What? No way would you… why would you do that?”
In the ninth instalment of their YouTube series, Life With The Andres, Princess thanked her dad continuously before giving him a huge hug for spoiling her with her very own TV.
Princess was also given two dwarf rabbits from her step mum Emily.
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