KATIE Price has sparked concern after sharing a clip of her daughter Princess, 13, appearing to go seat belt -less.
The 42-year-old posted a video of her mini me in the back of the car while boyfriend Carl Woods drove them.
Princess appears to be sitting on a fluffy seat cover and no belt was visible above the hooded top she was wearing.
The law states that you must wear a seat belt if one is fitted in the seat.
You can be fined up to £500 if you don’t wear a seat belt when you’re supposed to.
A fan spotted the error and said: “Please make sure your daughter is wearing her seat belt in the car, on the motorway today she was sitting on it. I have the job of attending RTA and the results of irresponsible people is heartbreaking.”
Katie’s rep declined to comment when contacted by The Sun Online.
Filming from the passenger seat, Kate showed off the sunny weather and blue skies as she said: “What an absolute gorgeous…”
“You thought I was going to say day, but I said man!”
The mum-of-five then turned around to film Princess in the back seat, asking: “What are you looking at, Princess?”
The teenager tried to hide her face, before telling Katie: “So cringe.”
But the star refused to let the comment dampen her spirits, asking: “What’s cringe?” while Princess shook her head and distracted herself with her phone.
She is Katie’s oldest daughter, with the reality TV icon also mum to 18-year-old Harvey, 15-year-old Junior, seven-year-old Jett, and six-year-old Bunny.
It’s not the first time Katie has raised eyebrows with her car antics involving the children.
Earlier this month she broke the law by travelling with her seven-year-old son Jett on her lap on a 60mph road.
Government law states children should use a child car seat until they’re 12 years old or 135 centimetres tall.
It’s because children under 12 are at risk of being injured by the car airbag if seated in the front seat of a car.
But Katie ignored the rules and let Jett sit on top of her while they made their journey on a national speed limit road.
The punishment for breaking the law is a £100 fine.