Katie Price gives daughter Bunny, 6, a glam makeover as fans claim she's her mum's double

KATIE Price gave her youngest daughter Bunny a glamorous makeover as her fans claimed she's becoming her mum's double.

The former glamour model shared a photo of her sweet six-year-old daughter posing up a storm on Instagram.

Katie, 42, wrote alongside the snap: "Buns is just like me💕

"Yesterday she was pretending she was on the phone with her 100th outfit change of the day👸🏼"

The star's fans agreed, as one wrote back: "Bless her she wants to be like her mam xxx🌸🌸🌸"

Another said: "She's beautiful like her mother."

Bunny loves to be like her mum, and has even caused controversy by wearing her wigs and a full face of make-up in photos on Instagram.

She looked the spitting image of her mum earlier this year when they both donned blonde wigs.

The mum-of-five showed off Bunny's new look after she got hold of one of her hairpieces.

In a video to fans, she asked her daughter: "Bunny what have you got on your hair?"

Bunny replied: "A wig because my hair is covered!"

Back in December the model shared a photo of Bunny in a face full of make-up after her eldest daughter Princess applied eye-shadow, lipstick and foundation to her sister.

But some fans criticised Katie for sharing a photo with her six-year-old, with one person saying: "I'm sorry but that is just wrong."

Another added: "Just let them be kids ffs."

The Sun revealed last week that Katie is filming a mini-documentary on wigs and alopecia for TV show Steph's Packed Lunch.

Our TV insider revealed: "Wigs have played a significant role in Katie's career. She has a huge collection at home and often relies on hair extensions to feel glamorous, and she had treatment for stress alopechia last year.

"But she has shown off her natural hair on her YouTube channel and in her TV appearances recently, and the reaction from fans has given her such a boost.

"Katie knows that hair loss is a sensitive topic for many people. She hopes the mini-documentary will lift the veil on that and help people who may feel like they are suffering."

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