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Katie Price angered by Instagram storm

KATIE Price is angry her children's Instagram accounts were taken down.

The 38-year-old mother-of-five has revealed that her son Junior, 11, and daughter Princess, nine, were both left feeling upset by the decision to remove their accounts from the photo-sharing website following a string of complaints.

She told The Sun on Sunday newspaper: "They've been taken down again because people keep complaining. I'm running the accounts, all of Junior's friends have Instagram. He's sad because he feels left out because pathetic people keep reporting his profile.

"Why do they care? What's he doing that's so offensive to them?"

Meanwhile, Katie - who was married to pop star Peter Andre from 2005 until 2009 - has warned her ex-boyfriends they're in for a bumpy ride when she starts her first live speaking tour later this month.

She said: "The exes should be worried.

"I'll answer anything, it's going to be fun. Even I don't know what's going to come out of my mouth."

This comes shortly after Peter - who has two-year-old daughter called Amelia and another baby on the way with his current wife Emily - said Junior and Princess are too young for Instagram.

The singer also revealed he keeps his children offline because he believes the platform opens up "all sorts of issues".

He recently shared: "I have been asked how I feel about my kids having Instagram accounts. Everyone knows I don't allow them to have phones or social media at my house. I don't like kids having them because I think it opens them up to all sorts of issues."

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