Katie Price is ''naturally delighted'' police investigations into a burn received by her three-year-old daughter Princess Tiaamii while on holiday in Switzerland have been wrapped up.
Katie Price is "delighted" investigations by The Police into a burn on her three-year-old daughter Princess Tiaamii's back have been concluded.
The 32-year-old star was questioned by the authorities after ex-husband Peter Andre discovered a reportedly untreated burn on her back after a trip to Swiss skiing report Klosters, but investigations are now over and no further questions will be asked.
In a statement, Katie said: "I am naturally delighted that the police have concluded their investigation into the minor burn that Princess sustained while she was in Klosters.
"The police have informed me that, having looked into this and having spoken to the GP that Peter took the Princess to see, that they are satisfied that the account provided of how the injury was sustained and the nature of that injury was accurate. It follows that there are no child protection issues.
"I am so relieved at the police findings."
Katie added she was "disappointed" in the way Peter - with who she also has five-year-old son Junior - had reacted to the incident, although she still considers him a good father.
She said: "Although I am naturally disappointed with the way my ex-husband has behaved in relation to this incident I want to make clear that I consider him to be a good father to Princess and Junior.
"I hope he believes the same of me and that Princess and Junior can now be allowed to grow up out of the public domain and without being the centre of such allegations."
Earlier this week Katie's mother Amy Price hit out at Peter for contacting his legal team when he could not receive an explanation for The Burn from his ex-wife.
She said: "'I don't understand why Pete is having a go at Kate.
"Her sister Sophie and I were the ones with Princess when it happened and I know it was a fluke accident - and just how minor it is."
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