Katie Price rants about the stationery Junior and Princess need for the return to their private school

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Katie Price was less than impressed with the list of equipment her children with Peter Andre, Princess and Junior, needed for their return to school.

The brother and sister go to a private school which the reality TV star says she pays a lot of money for.

Being filmed for her YouTube channel, the pair are sitting in a nail bar when the 42-year-old asked Princes what she needed and her 13-year-old daughter duly read out the list.


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She told her mum: "So, I need pens black or blue – more than one, additional coloured pens – red and green, black fine line pen, HP pencils, ruler, eraser, pencil sharpener, scissors, glue stick, protractor, pair of compasses, scientific calculator, highlighters, colouring pencils – a small selection, and that is all I need."

Taken aback, the mum-of-five then asked if Junior needed the same.

Princess told her mum her brother also needed a bilingual dictionary, which seemed to tip Katie over the edge.

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Unimpressed Katie said: "Can I just say something, you go to private school, pay all that money, why don’t they supply that? Why do we have to buy that additionally on top? Shouldn’t they supply that?"

Princess timidly replied: "It is a lot of money."

Katie then continued: "But private school you’d think they supply that. It is a bit of a liberty! But it is! Certain this and certain that!"

The blonde beauty, who recently broke both her feet in a tragic accident on holiday in Turkey, also went on to say she does not want her children to be the same as others.

Katie continued: "What if you want to be individual? I don’t want you and Junior to be clones.

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"Any school, why do you have to all look like clones? When you are young that is when you start your individuality."

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