Katie Price has come under fire for promoting hair thickening products as fans pointed out she was wearing hair extensions.
The former glamor model is known for wearing hair extensions, but sometimes ditches them when she changes her look.
She took to Instagram to post an ad for a hair oil that helps “repair” and “thicken” hair.
“I’m in love with @nosheenhairoil“, she wrote. “This product is amazing and helps repair, grow, strengthen and thicken my hair.
“I love that it’s natural and organic, it has helped restore my hair and my confidence.”
Katie also added a promo code so fans can get a discount.
Fans asked why she was promoting the product while wearing extensions and took to the comments section to ask her.
“You have extensions,” said one user with a thinking face emoji.
Another added: “Of course that’s… that’s why you have extensions. Make it make sense..”
“I thought it was a wig you were wearing, don’t you have short hair,” one follower posted.
One unimpressed fan commented, “Crazy statement – You have hair extensions.”
Many of her fans kept things light and complimented the star on her looks and called her “amazing”.
‘Omg ur so amazing,’ one said while another focused on his home, ‘love your bright themed bedroom, we need more of the dear and his mansion.’
Meanwhile, Katie and her son Harvey have been busy over the weekend as they attended a meeting with the club.
The TV star and Harvey, 19, made an appearance at the Acapulco Club in Halifax, West Yorkshire on Friday night.
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Harvey, who has Prader-Willi syndrome, diabetes and autism, had a blast at the club and danced the night away.
He also posed with his many fans as they chanted his name.
A video, shared on TikTok by the club’s Simon Woodcock, revealed the highlights of Harvey’s appearanceincluding a meeting and a brief appearance by Katie’s ex-fiancé, Carl Woods.
“He had a great evening, even a little dancing at certain parts of the night. Just as fans and crowds started to see him enjoying himself. They started cheering her on a bit,” he captioned the video.
Steps were taken to ensure Harvey, who has autism, Prader-Willi syndrome and diabetes, was comfortable during the event.
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