Katie Price furiously blasted Princess and Junior's private school for forcing parents to pay for stationery ahead of their return to the classroom.
The former glamour model, 42, discussed the extra expense in her latest YouTube video while enjoying a back-to-school pampering day with her 13-year-old daughter.
Discussing her daughter's return, the TV personality asked Princess what stationery they needed to pick up, which ultimately left Katie branding the school's ask a 'liberty' when they already pay for their kids to attend the private institution.
Sitting with her legs elevated on Princess's lap while she had her talons tended to, Katie asked: 'We’re about to go and get her school stuff and Junior’s. So have you got a list of actually everything you need for school?'
Princess then produced her phone and began reeling off a long list of specific items that she needed.
'So, I need pens black or blue - more than one, additional coloured pens - red and green, black fine line pen,' she replied.
'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.'
Rant: Katie Price furiously blasted her children's private school for forcing parents to pay for stationery
Class act: Princess and Junior are returning to the classroom following the ongoing coronavirus pandemic
After hearing Princess ream off her list, an unimpressed Katie first asked whether son Junior, 15, needed the same stationery, before launching into a rant about not wanting her children to be made into 'clones' at school.
She began: '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?'
To which Princess agreed: 'It is a lot of money.'
Expense: The former glamour model, 42, discussed the extra expense in her latest YouTube video while enjoying a back-to-school pampering day with her 13-year-old daughter
Katie than continued: 'But private school you’d think they supply