Katie Price’s children Junior and Princess have returned to social media after a brief break following their mum’s outburst against their stepmum Emily Andrea.
The 43-year-old went on an angry rant against Emily in a since-deleted Instagram Stories post on Sunday.
Both Katie's children appeared unbothered at the apparent rift as they broke their silence posting a photo on their individual social media pages at the beginning of this week.
On Junior’s Instagram, he shared a snap of himself posing in front of an impressive firework display amongst a crowd in what appeared to be a photo taken during his recent family holiday in Dubai.
“Big things happening,” the 16-year-old captioned, to which mum Katie replied in the comment section: “Like I said to you worldwide”, suggesting a hint of big accomplishments to come for the teenager after reportedly signing a record deal last summer.
Princess, contrarily, posted a photo of herself back home in the UK, posing with her brother Junior and a huge crowd of their friends who were congregated around a large table.
The 14-year-old looked in happy spirits as she smiled for the camera and simply added a love heart emoji in the caption.
The siblings’ social media return follows what has been a tumultuous couple of days for the pair, who found their mum Katie at odds with their stepmum Emily who they have been shown to be close to.
Emily appeared on Loose Women the day after Katie’s angry post aimed at her and did not comment on the matter, discussing instead her successful book Growing Up For Girls: Everything You Need to Know.
Emily candidly opened up on life with her husband Peter's children with ex-wife Katie Price.
The doctor revealed she is the "strict" parent but tries to "keep things consistent" for her blended family.
She is stepmum to Junior, 16, and 14 year old Princess, who husband Peter, 48, shares with his ex-wife Katie Price.
Emily is also a mum to children Amelia, seven, and Theordore, five.
The mum rarely speaks about family life and her role as a stepmum, having previously said: "I tend to leave the disciplining up to Pete and often I feel like a big sister, which works really well for us."
In a new interview, the NHS doctor revealed that her secret to balancing her blended family is to keep things stable.
Speaking to Closer magazine about her parenting strategy, she explained: "I think routine helps kids feel safe in the structure, then they know what’s going on, they know what to expect."
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