Peter Andre is furious with Katie Price for straightening his daughter's hair.
The singer - who divorced Katie, the mother of his two children, Junior and Princess Tiaamii, in 2009 - got his brother to cut his daughter's hair because he was so angry to find that Princess Tiaamii, two, had been styled like an adult.
Why a girl of two needs straight hair is beyond me, but obviously it's something Kate has decided to do and I can't stop her
He said: "The truth of the matter is I have noticed lately that someone has been straightening Princess' hair with straightening irons and the ends were getting damaged. Why a girl of two needs straight hair is beyond me, but obviously it's something Kate has decided to do and I can't stop her."
Peter, 36, is also upset with his ex-wife's comments on twitter which branded him "out of order" for cutting his daughter's hair.
He stated in New! magazine: "I couldn't actually believe this when I read it. I hate childish comments like this, but I do feel like I need to set the record straight.
"Mike is a professional hairdresser and he literally took the ends off my daughter's hair to tidy it up. It really wasn't a big deal. My biggest wish for 2010 is that I don't have to deal with stuff like this any more."
Katie has previously revealed that she loves experimenting with two-year-old Princess' blonde curly hair and blasted critics who say she is trying to make the toddler grow up too quickly.
She said: "Princess is a mini-me. She has naturally curly blonde hair which I straightened recently and it didn't look good - she looked like a little troll. Princess is a really girly girl who loves sparkly things and having her nails done.
"People criticise me for putting nail varnish on her fingers and toes, saying she should remain a baby, but who cares? I want her to be as girly as possible and not grow up too quickly. If she came home from school aged 12 in fishnets and a cropped top then she'd get a massive telling-off and would be grounded. She can wait until she's 18 before she starts wearing that kind of stuff."