‘You’ve had too much plastic surgery,’ Katie Price’s son Junior, 10, tells her

Katie Price’s 10-year old son, Junior, has told her she has had too much plastic surgery “around her chest area”.

The glamour model’s son airs his views on ITV’s Loose Women during a one-off Easter Special, Loose Women & Kids, which sees the talk show hosts hand over the reins to their children.

Katie Price with her children Junior (left) Harvey and Princess Tiaamii (Sean Dempsey/PA Wire)

The other children appearing with him are his eight-year-old sister, Princess, Andrea McLean’s daughter Amy, nine, Nadia Sawalha’s daughter Maddie, 13, and Kaye Adams and her daughter Bonnie, nine.

Among the topics up for discussion by the mums and their children are the age children should be allowed to wear make-up and their thoughts on plastic surgery and marriage.

Talking to his mum about plastic surgery, Junior said: “I get how you want to have plastic surgery, but you don’t need to have loads like round this area (pointing to his chest) because I think you’ve had too much and don’t forget, I get you wanted to have it once because you were a model, but you don’t need to have it loads of times – you’re perfect how you are Mum.”

Junior and Princess are Price’s children from her four-year marriage to singer and TV personality Peter Andre.

Katie recently came under fire for sharing pictures on social media of Princess sporting heavy make-up.

Asked what he thought about his sister wearing so much make-up, he said: “I think if I had a daughter my age I wouldn’t let her post it on social media.

“I would let her have little kid make-up like lipstick but not in public so no.”

He also expressed his brotherly concern about the dangers of Princess’s photos appearing on social media.

Kaye Adams and Andrea McLean (right)attending a special screening of He Named Me Malala in London. (Ian West/PA Wire).

He said: “Say you put it on social media, lots of people like paedophiles will get attracted to her more likely, because not only is she well known, it will make her look more beautiful so they will be attracted to her and want to get to her.

(Sean Dempsey/PA)

“Yes it does (worry me) because I don’t want to lose my sister.”

A round of “Kids Say The Cringiest Things” sees the children revealing family secrets, with Adams’s daughter saying her mum “farts a lot but she blames it on a frog on the floor that isn’t there”.

The Loose Women & Kids special is the second special this year, following January’s Loose Women & Men panel.

Loose Women & Kids airs on March 25 at 12.30pm on ITV

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