KATIE Price has failed to publicly congratulate her daughter Princess on landing a front cover.
Princess, 16, shared a picture of her huge milestone and her family members rushed to comment on it.
Her brother Junior wrote: “Beautiful sis”, while dad Pete added a heart emoji.
Step-mum Emily remarked that she looked “beautiful” and her aunt Sophie said: “Stunning as always Pringle.”
Pete also posted about the cover on his own Instagram account, writing: “Her first ever cover. So proud of you.”
Katie’s ex husband Kieran even comment on it, with a series of clapping emojis.
But mum-of-five Katie – who has graced multiple covers over the year-hasn’t posted about her achievement.
It comes just weeks after Princess appeared to take a swipe at her mum’s love of surgery.
Asked by a fan if she would rather "stay natural or have work done?", she replied: "Stay natural."
Katie, who shares Princess with Peter Andre, has altered her look countless times over the years with veneers, filler, Botox, facelifts and boob jobs.
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Earlier this year Katie admitted she was gutted that Princess was getting invited to events now instead of her.
Speaking about one party she missed out on, Katie moaned: “But guess what? Mummy didn’t get an invite. Great isn’t it? My kids are now out and I don’t get the invite. I would just over take it all, that’s why. Isn’t that out of order though?”
Princess is gracing the pages of OK! Magazine this week for her first solo shoot.
Speaking about doing it, the rising star said: “I’m feeling a bit nervous because it’s my first shoot alone, and I’m a bit like, ‘Oh my God, I’m doing this on my own!’”
“At the same time I’m really excited because I think it’s nice for people to get to know me and understand where I’m coming from – and not just think they know me for who my parents are.”
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