Katie Price Used ‘Fake Tan’ On Princess And ‘Dyed’ Her Hair
Can you be too ginger? You are either ginger or you are not ginger. The ginger community is unequivocal on such matters. The source goes on to claim that Katie Price plucks Princess’s eyebrows – yep, she does NOT have her own depilatologist – and “used Johnson’s Holiday Skin, a gradual tan moisturiser” on Princess. Closer says this is a “fake tan“.
* JOHNSON’S® HOLIDAY SKIN® Light Glow’s fantastic fragrance leaves no tell-tale after smell…so no one will know where you got that glow.
Hair too ginger. Skin not gingery enough. It’s a topsy-turvy world, kids.
And on the claims go:
“Princes says she has a big tummy – she’s just copying her mum as Katie’s always saying the same. She even asks Princess if she thinks Mummy looks fat.”
Mirror, mirror on the wall, who is the gingerest of them all?
It’s all desperately important stuff, and Closer invites psychologist Dr Susan Marchant-Haycox to tell us what to think:
“Children are conditioned by their parents, they assume this is the way to behave.”
What Dr Susan’s parents do we are not told, but let’s not rule out gossiping about the mental health of other parent’s children and being judgemental. Says she:
“Princess is not being set a good example… It will have an impact psychologically and emotionally. Her expectations for the future are going to be marred by what Jordan’s doing to her.”
Anorak thinks all experts’ offering advice in the media should have to say what their parents do/did for a living, include a picture and details of how their children are turning out – including grades, qualifications, criminal records, sex life, perversions, hair colour and chest size.
Anorak is expert of such things…