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Katie Price slammed for allowing son to play barefoot outside in the cold at night

Evening Standard logo Evening Standard 08/11/2017 Emma Powell

Katie Price © Provided by Press Association Katie Price Katie Price has come under fire from fans for allowing one of her children to play barefoot with water outside at night.

The former glamour model, 39, shared a video on Instagram of four-year-old son Jett cleaning his sister Bunny’s bike with a hose.

Jett, who she has with Kieran Hayler, is standing bare foot in a pair of pyjamas with no coat.

Price can be heard saying: “Here I am bringing the horses in and giving them food and look at Jett. No shoes on with the hose and cleaning Bunny’s bike.”

She later adds: “I can’t wait to get in it’s freezing.”

I've how my kids just love being outside being free

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The video, which has been viewed over 281,000 times, divided fans with many criticising her for allowing Jett to stand out in the cold.

One person commented: “Wasting water, poor child soaking himself in cold water this time of year? Not funny.”

Another wrote: “Great that they love outdoors as I do but oo just cold looking at those little feet.”

A third posted: “I hate the thought of him cold, wellies and coat would be better on a cold November evening.”

Another follower claimed Price should wrap him up as he could catch a cold, writing: “Playing out with no coat and cold water could actually cause a common cold... As shivering can depress our immune system which makes us more likely to catch a cold. I'm in agreement that it's great for him to be outdoors but wrap him up warm.”

It’s not the first time Price’s parenting has come under fire from fans. She was accused earlier this year of using children Junior and Princess, who she has with first husband Peter Andre, to promote a drinks brand.

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