KATIE Price roped in her disabled son Harvey and his siblings Princess and Junior to plug her "skinny food" ad despite previous backlash from fans.
The 41-year-old was filmed eating ice cream with her kids as she chatted about the toppings' health benefits.
"Kids, it's ice cream time," she shouted.
"Which sauce are you going to go for?
"Do you know what I love though? I'm not saying it's good for you, but I'm just saying there's zero guilt, zero dairy, zero gluten, zero calories, zero sugar, zero fat.
"But guess what? Just because there's none of that in there it still tastes good. Try it."
Her 16-year-old son Harvey starts reading the back of the bottle before describing it as "Skinny Syrup".
Princess grins ear to ear as she gobbles up the ice cream, before Katie warns: "Ice cream is fattening, but at least this flavour is not."
On Pankcake Day, Katie came under fire for pushing the advert with Harvey, Bunny and Jett that contained just 27 calories.
After she posted today's video, one concerned fan said: "So u talk to children about ice cream being fattening ????? Encourage body issues."
But others praised her for enjoying quality time with the kids after pleading guilty to drink driving.
One said: "U r such an amazing mum got a lot of respect for u."
Another added: "Absolutely love this video. Such a good mum @officialkatieprice x"
Katie has been through a nightmare year and still faces being banned from driving again after pleading guilty in court today.
But the model declared she was “back on her feet” and now had a “clearer mindset” after her life careered out of control.
The statement was read at Bromley Magistrates Court today where she was charged with refusing to name who was driving her car during a crash.
A judge said Katie – also known as Jordan – could now be banned from motoring because she currently has six points on her license.
In a statement read in her absence by District Judge Robert Hunter, she said: “Back in October my mental health was seriously affected.
“I sought help from a rehab centre for PTSD.
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