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    Pride Of Britain Awards 2022: Princess Andre, 15, looks just like her mum Katie Price as she dons a shimmering gown and poses alongside dad Peter and brother Junior on the red carpet

    Princess Andre looked just like her famous mum Katie Price as she hit the red carpet at the Pride Of Britain Awards 2022 in London on Monday. 

    The 15-year-old put on a glamorous display in a shimmering gown as she arrived at the star-studded event with her father Peter Andre and brother Junior.

    She stood out in the glitzy ensemble, which featured a multicoloured sequin embellishing all over.

    Beauty: Princess Andre looked just like her famous mum Katie Price as she hit the red carpet at the Pride Of Britain Awards 2022 in London on Monday

    Princess was the spitting image of her model mother for the evening, with her ringlet blonde locks falling all the way to her waist from a side parting.

    The young star opted for a glam makeup look with a swipe of pink lipstick to match her nails.

    She accessorised with a simple silver pendant and two matching rings as she posed for a slew of snaps.  

     Lookalike: Princess was the spitting image of her model mother for the evening, with her ringlet blonde locks falling all the way to her waist from a side parting (right: Katie pictured in 1995 at age 17)

    Family: The 15-year-old put on a glamorous display in a shimmering gown as she arrived at the star-studded event with her father Peter Andre and brother Junior

    Peter looked ultra-smart for the awards ceremony, with his navy suit featuring a mahogany button detail and a rustic suit chain.

    While he matched a pair of mahogany brown suit shoes to finish the look – beaming as he took to the red carpet with his children, who he shares with former wife Katie Price.

    While budding musician Junior showed off his sense of style in a navy, paisley patterned suit, which he layered over a crisp white shirt – donning matching shoes to his dad but in black. 

    Glam: She stood out in the glitzy ensemble, which featured a multicoloured sequin embellishing all over

    The annual Pride of Britain Awards return for a 23rd year at London’s Grosvenor House on Monday evening, with Carol Vorderman and Ashley Banjo co-hosting the star-studded affair.

    Taking place since 1999, the ceremony honours the achievements of truly remarkable people from across the UK and all walks of life – nominated by members of the public.

    After a shortlist has been produced from the thousands of entries, winners are chosen by the Pride of Britain judging panel. 

    Despite taking place on Monday evening, the ceremony will be aired on ITV on Thursday 27 October at 8pm.

    Carol, who has hosted the event for 23 years since 1999, said: ‘We’ll have 12 incredible winners again this year, but it’s difficult for the judging panel because we have thousands of nominations and everyone on the shortlist could easily win.’

    The Pride Of Britain awards will honour winners in eight categories; TSB Community Hero Award, ITV Fundraiser Of The Year, Good Morning Britain Young Fundraiser of the Year, This Morning Emergency Services Award, Outstanding Bravery, Child/Teenager of Courage, Lifetime Achievement and Special Recognition.

    A slew of famous faces are set to attend the bash, including David Beckham, Dame Joan Collins, Sir Mo Farah and many more. 

    Dapper: Peter looked ultra-smart for the awards ceremony, with his navy suit featuring a mahogany button detail and a rustic suit chain

    Pride Of Britain Awards: Princess Andre, 15, looks just like her mum Katie Price on the red carpet 

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