Princess Andre supports Kerry Katona’s daughter Heidi as she’s ‘banned’ from TikTok
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Kerry Katona's daughter Heidi reached a whopping 15.4K followers on her TikTok account, but yesterday Princess Andre revealed her profile has been "banned".
Peter Andre and Katie Price's daughter, 14, who has a staggering 219.5K following herself, was seen supporting Heidi, also 14, and encouraging people to follow her new account.
Taking to her Instagram story, Princess shared a screenshot of Heidi's new account with a total of 11 followers.
Her bio reads: "Heidi Katona. Old account got banned at 15.4K." Princess then wrote: "No wayyy banned at 15.4K. Go follow her new account @officialhedidikatona."
Princess regularly posts videos on TikTok which include makeup routines, dance videos and clips of her and her family.
Princess and Heidi seem to be following in their mothers' footsteps by carrying on the friendship as Katie Price and Kerry Katona have been good friends for many years.
It comes after Princess and Heidi held their own Instagram live back in March and Katie, 42, wrote: "So cute how @officialprincess_andre and Heidi are best friends.
"They literally are mini me and @kerrykatona7," alongside three red heart emojis.
Katie and Kerry, 40, first crossed paths after appearing on I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here in 2004, where the former model met her now ex-husband Peter.
The stars soon struck up a bond as Kerry was even a bridesmaid to Katie when she married Peter in 2005.
Elsewhere, Katie unveiled the results of her latest cosmetic surgery after she feared she would die during the procedure.
The mum of five, who said her stitches still "haven't healed", added she had full liposuction, her own fat inserted into her bottom, as well as eye and lip surgery.
"I broke my feet last year, before that I used to go running to keep fit, ride the horses. I can never run again, it has changed my life," she explained to Kate Garraway on GMB.
"I was in a wheelchair for eight months, I had to learn to walk again."
Katie continued: "Being in a wheelchair, I put on loads of weight. For me, I'm not used to that unless I am pregnant!
"All I wanted to do [is run], even walking I had to go on the bike, I can't do it.
"Putting on weight, this just isn't me, I hated it. Clothes don't fit, then I took my extensions out to let myself breathe and noticed my face. You start noticing things!"
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