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Katie Price's kids back on Instagram

Katie Price's kids back on Instagram

Katie Price's children have returned to Instagram.

The former glamour model broke the age Terms and Conditions of the picture-sharing app by signing son Junior, 11, and nine-year-old daughter Princess up, three weeks ago, but their accounts vanished on Thursday (15.09.16).

However, hours later, their pages were reinstated but with changes made.

Katie shared grabs of the youngsters' accounts, with Princess' now simply featuring her name, while Junior's no longer features the contact details of his manager and says it is "run by his mum @officialKatiePrice".

She posted alongside the screengrabs: "Hey my baby is back on Instagram @iamjuniorandre (sic)"

Junior and Princess' father Peter Andre previously admitted he was unhappy about Katie's decision to set up pages for them and said that he had banned them from logging on to social media when they are at his house.

Peter - who has two-year-old daughter Amelia and another baby on the way with his wife Emily - said Junior and Princess are too young for Instagram and he keeps them offline because he believes the platform opens up "all sorts of issues".

Writing in his column for new! magazine, he shared: "I have been asked how I feel about my kids having Instagram accounts. Everyone knows I don't allow them to have phones or social media at my house. I don't like kids having them because I think it opens them up to all sorts of issues."

However, Peter, 43, insisted he respected Katie's decision to allow them to use Instagram when they are with her.

Talking about the need for "compromise" when you co-parent, the TV star said: "As a parent you have to compromise with the other parent and try to work together. I can only advise and encourage them - I can't do any more than that."

Katie recently admitted she let her children join Instagram so they can further their own showbiz careers.

She said: "My kids have been brought up in the industry with their dad and me on TV shows, everyone knows who they are. Now they are being booked themselves for TV shows, modelling jobs and stuff like that. Social media is the future ... It's a business thing."