Katie Price has been criticised for picturing two of her children - Bunny and Jett - sitting on a stationary horse without protective helmets.
The reality star shared the photo with her social media followers recently and captioned it: "My three babies."
Some were supportive of the photo, with one person commenting: "Love the hearts on his hind quarters from the clip. Good old Wallis."
Another added: "He looks a lovely gentle giant."
Someone else also said: "Lovely photo Katie. They're growing up so fast."
However, many also questioned the mother as to why her children weren't wearing protective gear while sitting on such a large horse.
One thought: "Love the picture but where are your two babies riding hats? Appreciate the horse is still at time of picture."
A second person said: "No saddle or hats ! Do you know how quickly a horse can bolt ???"
"No hardhats. Thank God none fell off and smashed their heads!" a third commented.
This comes after over 24,000 people signed a petition to ban the former glamour model 'from buying anymore animals'.
The change.org post alleges: "A puppy has died in the last 24 hours in Katie prices care she bought this puppy for her 13 year old child 3 weeks ago.
"Which was killed in a accident no one witnessed. In the last 5 years more animals have died from lack of care. Horses. dogs.cats lizards hedgehogs.
"This isn't a single family tragedy. It's a common thing in Katie price home. 2 dogs have been ran over. Puppies were found dead drowning in a neglected swimming pool.
"A horse was run over on a motorway. Animals just go missing in her home never to been seen again. Her guard dog broke into her neighbours garden an killed their chickens.
"A dog trained to attack people. Also ripped her cat apart. The neglect seen on her show my crazy life. Cat poo with mold growing on it.
"Dog poo just left on the floor. Clothes dumped all over the place. Alger growing in her pool where her puppy drowned.
"She jokes about her mucky mansion. But it ain't a joke that animals are dying from her lack of care. Being left alone to meet untimely deaths an nobody is saying enough is enough an carry on selling her animals.
"3 weeks a bull dog puppy named rola was in her care. Nobody knows including her how it died. We need to stop this now no more animals need to die."
Katie Price's representatives has been contacted by Tyla for comment.
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