Princess Andre has shared a snap to Instagram and fans can't help but draw the resemblance between the teen and her famous parents.
The 15-year-old shared a post to her 539K followers as she lamented how fast the school holidays were passing by, with her preparing herself to return to her studies in a few weeks.
Princess captioned the snap: "How quick are the summer holidays going, can’t believe there’s only a few weeks left!"
The caption continued to include a discount code and the IDs for the cropped white t-shirt and green joggers she donned for the snap.
The comments quickly filled up with compliments for the teen and admirers gushing over how much she looks like her famous parents.
Her dad, Mysterious Girl crooner Peter Andre, 49, wrote: "Love you bist [red heart emoji]".
One follower compared Princess to her mum Katie Price, writing: "Goes by very Quickly just like your mum Princess your hair is beautiful."
Another penned: "Beautiful like your mum."
A third said: "So much like Katie when she was younger xxx".
"Gorgeous.. you look like your mam," a fourth added.
But it's not just comparisons to her model mother, some followers couldn't help but say that Princess resembles her dad.
One wrote: "Beautiful girl x look so much like your dad x"
A second added: "She is the spit of her dad not Katie."
Princess recently made headlines for her resemblance to her father when Peter shared a rare snap of himself with curly hair in the 1990s.
He uploaded the black and white photograph, with him captioning the shot: "Mysterious curls: Throwback Thursday with my awesome cousin back in early 90s".
In recent years Peter has always worn his hair straight, so some fans were confused by his curly ringlets.
Immediately comparisons were drawn between him and his daughter, who shares the natural curls although Princess wears her curly locks down past her waist.
Peter has opened up about how bullying has left him unable to leave the house without straightening his curls after he was targeted in Australia due to his Greek heritage.
He said: "In the early years in Australia, I suffered a lot of racism. It was a rough time.
"Not only were we the only Greeks on the Gold Coast, but I had an English accent, curly hair, a big nose – and we really stood out. I still straighten my hair because the curly hair reminds me of me being that little kid and those kids calling me what they did at school."
He continued: “I wouldn’t just turn up to an event with full curly hair. I just can’t bring myself to do it, even now, and I’ve had therapy. I still see what those kids called me when I look in the mirror.”
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