Katie Price launches make-up for kids
Katie Price's new children's make-up range is inspired by Disney.
The model - who attracted controversy recently when her two-year-old daughter Princess Tiaamii featured on her UK TV show 'What Katie Did Next' wearing fake eyelashes and make-up - is releasing a host of products which will make it fun for little girls to dress up like their mummies.
She said: "We went to Disney World and they do make-up for children and mine will be like that. But it won't have glitter in it like the Disney stuff.
"It will be safe, it will be like the stuff you get in Toys 'R' Us."
Katie, 31, also dismissed the furore which erupted because she put make-up on Princess Tiaamii.
She added to UK TV show 'This Morning': "I go to my drawer and my pencils are blunt where Princess has used them. Make-up for kids is perfectly fine, it's pretty harmless really. Little girls have always enjoyed playing about with a bit of lippy and mascara. It's only a big deal because it's me."
Katie's ex-husband Peter Andre - who is Princess Tiaamii's father - was reported to be furious after learning his former spouse planned to use their daughter to promote the kids' make-up range.
A friend of the Australian singer - who also has a son, Junior, four, with Katie, and helps her raise her seven-year-old son Harvey from a previous relationship - said: "Peter's concerns are genuine. He really doesn't think it is right to see a child wearing make-up."
Katie's range is set to include an edible lipstick, blusher, mascara and various nail varnishes.