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Princess Andre shares exciting career plans after she 'didn't pass' some of her GCSEs

Princess Andre shares exciting career plans after she 'didn't pass' some of her GCSEs

The teenager revealed her next steps

The daughter of Katie Price and the 'Mysterious Girl' hit-maker, Princess Andre, has revealed her exciting career plans after she 'didn't pass' some of her GCSEs.

The 16-year-old opened up her exam results back in August and, since then, she has already got her thinking cap on as to what her next move will be.

Despite coming from arguably one of the most famous families in Britain, Princess seems to have other ideas in mind for a life away from the limelight.

The teen, who has already attracted a pretty sizeable following on TikTok for her 'get ready with me' videos has revealed the line of work she's now keen to explore.

"I love doing what I'm doing now and also beauty training. I'm ready to get stuck in," she told the Mirror.

While she may not be chasing a career in showbiz like parents Katie and Peter, Princess did admit she likes coming to fancy events, adding: "I don't mind my picture being taken."

Back in August, Princess opened up her GCSE results live on Instagram alongside her dad.

Princess Andre, 16, opened up on her next steps following her GCSE results.

The 16-year-old headed home from school after collecting the envelope with her dad by her side on Instagram Live, where she was watched by around 2,000 people.

The dad and daughter duo sat next to each other in the car as she began reading out her grades.

Princess told fans she passed three of her seven subjects after failing to achieve higher than a four in the other subjects.

The teen said you need to achieve at least a grade four in order to pass the subject, while the highest grade achievable is a nine.

The Strictly Come Dancing contestant told Princess that he was so proud of her for ‘working her butt off’ for her exams.

Until 2020, grades across England and Wales were marked A* to U; however, the letters have been replaced with a number scheme.

This means that a 9, 8 or 7 means an A* to A, while 6, 5, 4 means B and C and 3, 2, 1 means D, E, F, G.

Princess failed some of her GCSE's after opening her results back in August.

Princess, who is already signed to PrettyLittleThing, said that she ‘didn’t pass’ all of her exams, before adding that it was ‘fine’.

She revealed: "So basically, the way it works, a Four is a pass and then below a 4 is a fail and a 9 is the highest you can get. I got a 3 in Business, a 3 in drama, a 5 in English, 6 in Fashion, 4 in Music and a 3 in Geography and Maths. It's not bad, I'm annoyed at Maths because I have to re-take it."

Peter could be heard saying: “Yeah but you got close, you got really close.”

Princess added: “Yeah, I was nine marks off getting a 4", to which Peter said: "I saw you working hard, that's more important, you worked hard."

"I need to re-sit my maths, I hate maths, maths is like I never get maths," Princess commented.

You and me both, Princess.

Featured Image Credit: Instagram/@officialprincess_andre

Topics: Celebrity, Parenting, Travel, Katie Price, Peter Andre