Katie Price and daughter charging Edinburgh fans £80 for make-up masterclass and chance to take selfies

Reality TV star and former glamour model coming to Edinburgh with teenage daughter
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Katie Price has announced she is going on a ‘makeup masterclass' tour – and it includes a visit to Edinburgh.

The reality TV star and former glamour model will be joined by her 16-year-old daughter Princess at the event, which is being held at the Neil Maclean Hair Studio on Frederick Street on Monday, November 20.

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According to Katie’s website, those attending can join the pair for “a night filled with makeup” as they share their top looks and explain how to recreate them alongside makeup artist Saffron Rose Litchfield.

Katie Price announced she and her daughter Princess are going on a ‘makeup masterclass' tour – and it includes a visit to Edinburgh.Katie Price announced she and her daughter Princess are going on a ‘makeup masterclass' tour – and it includes a visit to Edinburgh.
Katie Price announced she and her daughter Princess are going on a ‘makeup masterclass' tour – and it includes a visit to Edinburgh.

The VIP tickets, which cost £80, include a meet-and-greet with Katie and Princess, the chance to take a selfie with the pair, and a seat at the masterclass. Under 16 years must be accompanied with an adult. Genral tickets for the event are already sold out.

Sharing the news of her visit to Scotland with her 2.6 million fans on social media, Katie wrote: “I’ll be in Dundee and Edinburgh next week. Can’t wait to see you all”.

The star is no stranger to Edinburgh, having visited ‘Makeup by Lynn’ in Easter Drylaw as part of last makeup masterclass' tour.

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In January, Katie opened up over her shame at being hit with a drink-drive conviction – and admitted trying to end her life after hitting rock bottom.

In an exclusive GB News interview, the Londoner insisted she was now on the way back up, has aspirations of one day becoming a paramedic, and dreams of finding love again.

Talking about the crash which almost saw her jailed, she said: “There's no excuse. I'm just thankful that I didn't hurt anyone. I did hit rock bottom. I've tried to kill myself. I could not have got any more bottom that I did. But I've come up and am sorting myself out. There’s more to come from me, and I plan to be bigger and better.”