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Katie Price’s daughter Princess looks just like her mum during I’m A Celeb appearance as she gets braids on holiday

KATIE Price's daughter Princess looked just like her mum during her I'm A Celebrity appearance after getting a head full of braids.

The teenager, 14, traded in her trademark blonde hair for a new braided look while on holiday in St Lucia with her mum, 43, her fiance Carl Woods, 31, and eldest Harvey, 19.

Carl shared a picture of Princess cuddling up to the pair on the sofa.

The hunk wore a white vest as he showed off his white teeth, while Katie kept it fresh with no makeup, a strapless top and a bun.

Katie put a finger to her head while Princess threw up a peace sign.

He captioned the pic: "📸 @katieprice @officialprincess_andre Kate doing Harvey’s bird"

The hair is the spitting image of Katie during her time on I'm A Celebrity in 2003 - where she met Princess' dad, Peter Andre.

The trip is Katie's fourth holiday abroad in just two months.

Katie and Carl have jetted to Portugal, Spain and Turkey, where she had her surgery.

But St Lucia is the pair's first exotic destination since their trip to the Maldives last year.

The island is famed for its tropical jungles and volcanic beaches - but also a host of luxury resorts.

Shortly before the trip, it was revealed that a conman Katie promoted had robbed her fans out of thousands of pounds.

The model was paid to tell her 2.6million followers about currency “whiz” Josh Chandler.

Among the stars' fans who put in money were Kate Dalrymple, 40, a nurse from Newcastle upon Tyne, who lost £825 — nearly a month’s wages.

Speaking in a statement, Katie said: "I am absolutely devastated to receive the news about this rogue trader Josh Chandler, if that’s even his real name, he has conned not only me but my family, friends, loyal fans and supporters."

Inside Katie Price’s £248 a NIGHT St Lucia luxury hotel as bankrupt star splashes out on holiday

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