Doting father Peter Andre has set some ground rules that his daughter Princess has to follow if she wants to pursue a career in showbiz.
Peter Andre’s 15-year-old daughter, Princess Andre, is following in her parent’s footsteps as she prepares to establish her career in the world of fame.
Who is Princess Andre?
Princess is the daughter of Katie Price, 44, and Peter Andre. The pair, who married back in 2005 after meeting as contestants on I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here, also shares a son Junior, 17. After divorcing in 2009, Peter was given full custody of his children and has since raised them.
Princess has a large social media following, including 597k Instagram followers and 395k TikTok followers. She became popular as a reality TV star by appearing in her parents’ shows, including Katie and Peter The Baby Diaries, a four-episode series that followed the first six weeks of Princess’s life.
Princess lands lucrative deal
According to Metro, the 16-year-old is now set to sign a deal with a major fashion brand, PrettyLittleThing. The deal, which is currently being discussed, would see Princess become an ambassador for the brand on Instagram and TikTok. It also means that she would have a chance to work with Molly-Mae Hague, who has been the brand's Creative Director since 2021.
The deal with PrettyLittleThing will be Princess’s first major contract as an influencer, and she is expected to co-create content with the brand on Instagram and TikTok. The brand has already confirmed that they are in talks with Princess for the ambassadorship role. On their website, they have a ‘Coming Soon’ image on their brand ambassadors page, which may be a teaser for Princess’s upcoming collaboration.
Strict rules for Princess' showbiz career
While Peter Andre is supportive of his daughter’s career, he has also set strict rules for her to follow as she embarks on this new project. As she is still studying for her GCSEs, he has told the media that she is not allowed to do any scheduled work and nothing that will interfere with her studies.
He has already mentored his son Junior, 16, to land a record deal, and he is now offering the same guidance to his daughter. The star, who has his columns on OK!, told the publication his rules for joining showbiz:
‘Junior was 16 before he was allowed to do any scheduled stuff and Princess is still doing GCSE’s, so she’s only does little tiny things here and there. '
‘No scheduled work – nothing like that.’
When asked whether his children can do well in the 'fame game', Peter is confident that his children will remain grounded in the industry, as he has raised them to be respectful and kind. He has the support of his 30-year manager, Claire, who has been instrumental in his own success. Claire will also be helping Peter guide his children as they establish their careers in the industry. The 90s hitmaker said:
'Do you know what – they’ve grown up in this industry, they’ve learned to be respectful and they’ve learned to be really kind. Plus, Claire [his manager] has been with me for almost 30 years, so she helps me with them and for me, that means there’s every chance we can help them do something their way.'
Peter has been a mentor to his son Junior, who recently signed a record deal with Columbia Records.
Junior’s first single, Slide, topped the iTunes charts in 2022, and he will be performing at the Camp Bestival music festival this summer.