The police have said they are taking no further action after investigating how Katie Price's daughter, Princess Tiaamii, was burnt whilst on holiday in Switzerland.
A spokeperson for Surrey Police said: 'We have concluded our investigation into an incident involving a three-year-old from Woldingham.
'Officers from the Public Protection Investigation Unit are satisfied the account given is consistent with the injury and have no child protection safeguarding concerns in connection with this incident.
'No arrests were made during the investigation and no further action will be taken.'
Katie released a statement saying she was 'relieved' at the police findings:
'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, 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 they consider there are no child protection issues.
I am so relieved at the police findings - even though I knew that Princess had received no injury that warranted anything more than the most basic of treatment and that this injury was sustained in a fluke accident, having the police investigate and seeing headlines about child abuse and my ex-husband being "horrified" at what he called a bad burn have caused terrific strain.'
Previously, Katie and her ex-husband Peter Andre had exchanged a war of words over the incident, but Katie concluded her statement by saying he was a 'good father':
'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.'
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