Katie Price has treated daughter Princess to a professional makeover.
And the reality star's daughter looked just like popstar Ariana Grande .
The former glamour model, 41, took her little girl, 12, to LA Studio in Shoreham and Worthing which is one of 2018's best-rated salons.
Despite being skint, they enjoyed some mum and daughter time together while Princess had her make-up and hair styled by salon professionals.
Her long blonde hair was pulled back into a high ponytail which was reminiscent of Ariana's tied with a pink scrunchie.
Katie posted the video to her Instagram story and she looked the spit of her reality star mum when she was younger.
Princess posed for the snaps as her mum showed her off on social media to her followers.
Bankrupt Katie shares her daughter and her son Junior with ex-husband Peter Andre.
Princess has previously told her mum off for her raunchy photo shoots and "dressing like a teenager".
Her daughter told Closer magazine : "She wears clothes that aren't for her age. It's embarrassing.
"You wear a short top, pink slippers. I like what you wear, but it's for a teenager not for you."
It comes after Katie's BFF Kerry Katona said she would gladly have her and her children over for Christmas after hearing her pal was experiencing money woes.
The former Atomic Kitten, who went through her own bankruptcy in 2008 and again in 2013, spoke to Closer Magazine about Christmas plans with her five children, partner Ryan Mahoney and her mum Sue.
But Kerry insists she’ll have room for more if Katie and her kids needs it.
Kerry vowed that Katie would realise "who her real friends are now the money has gone" because that's what happened to her.
Katie was declared bankrupt at the end of November after failing to repay thousands of pounds in debt. It is believed that she has wasted away a fortune of nearly £45 million over the years.
Since the bankruptcy, Katie, who was known previously as Jordan has reportedly hit rock bottom and been forced to sleep on a mattress on the floor.
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