Princess Andre and Katie Price look like twins in a recent glamorous snap – but fans are urging the former glamour model to encourage her daughter to "stay natural".

Brighton-born Katie, 44, and her 15-year-old teen daughter Princess Tiaamii Crystal Esther Andre, posed up a storm for a sweet selfie that they shared with fans on Saturday (November 19).

With their heads together and a pout on each of their faces, the pair beamed for the photo – while looking very much alike.

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Princess sported her natural curls and a fresh face, which left fans taken aback by how much she looks like Katie did in her teens.

While pouting up a storm with her daughter, Katie herself looked very chic with a natural face of makeup and a beanie hat.

In the caption of the sweet snap, Katie penned: "Unconditional love with my daughter," while her loyal legion of fans swooned over the mummy and daughter duo.

"She’s your double. Both beautiful," gushed one in the comments.

Another said: "She's so like Katie when she was young," while a third added: "Beautiful picture Princess, you look so much like you're Mummy when she was in her teens."

"She is Pete's double, just different eye colour," added a fourth.

While a fifth person urged Katie: "Let’s hope you encourage Princess to keep her natural beauty. She’s so pretty."

And a sixth echoed: "Please don’t let her do any work, let her cherish her natural beauty and not touch a thing!"

Princess is the teenage daughter of Katie and Peter Andre.

She has an older brother, Junior Andre, 17, who is two years older than her.

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