Katie Price’s daughter Princess has subjected her mum to a savage public roasting.
The 13-year-old took the opportunity to take shots at her former glamour model mum in the family’s latest YouTube video.
In the clip, Katie, 42, sat down with her boyfriend Carl Woods, youngest daughter Bunny, six, and Princess for a Q&A.
But the light-hearted activity quickly turned as Katie’s teen daughter took aim at her mum.
Princess and Bunny pointed their fingers at Katie when asked who is the most likely to get arrested.
Stunned Katie, who’s been banned from getting behind the wheel four times, exclaimed: “Me?!”
Princess told Carl she thinks he’s “quite sensible”, while Katie jumped to her own defence: “You’re just going off my driving offences, being banned four times.
“I haven’t been arrested!”
“Being banned four times!” Princess burst out laughing.
Katie’s was first banned in 2010 following a string of offences which saw her accumulate a massive 13 penalty points, taking her over the 12-point limit.
She was automatically disqualified for six months.
Just two years later she was banned again – this time for 12 months – after failing to respond to two speeding tickets.
In 2018, Katie was banned from driving for six months after doing 60mph on a 50mph road.
Later that year, she was arrested on suspicion of drink-driving in the earlier hours of the morning, after being found by police in her garish pink Range Rover in Woolwich, East London.
She was convicted of being more than twice legal limit in charge of her vehicle and banned from driving for three months.
While awaiting her court date for the drink driving charge, Katie was caught driving while disqualified and without third party insurance.
She was ordered to pay £1,000 and banned for a further three months.
Finally, in October 2019, she was banned from the roads again, this time for two years for withholding the name of the driver after her Range Rover was involved in a collision in Bexley.
But Princess’ roasting of her famous mum didn’t stop at mocking her history of driving disasters.
Later in the Q&A video, Carl asked Princes if she though her mum could sing, following Katie’s multiple failed attempts at a pop career.
Savage Princess responded with a clear: “No!”
Sweet Bunny said she thought her mum could hold a tune while Katie defended herself, arguing it “depended of the song,” before adding: “I think I can sing, that’s all that matters!”
Coming to his girlfriend’s aid, Carl gushed: “I think you’re an amazing singer!”
Katie then left her kids mortified as she burst into a rendition of an Alicia Keys number.
The wannabe pop star was spotted at a recording studio in September, accompanied by Carl, following a series of night club appearances before the pandemic hit where she showed off her vocal talents.
Katie’s attempts to top the charts date all the way back 2005 when she bid for a place in that year’s Eurovision Song Contest while sporting a pink PVC catsuit and pregnant.
She then duetted with ex husband Peter Andre for a version of A Whole New World in 2006.
Katie’s most recent track, I Got U, was released in 2017 but received mixed reviews despite debuting the tune on Loose Women.