He is a proud father to four children.
And Peter Andre has been enjoying some quality time in Dubai with his two eldest, Junior, 16 and Princess, 14, whom he shares with ex-wife Katie Price.
Giving fans a preview of their trip, the Mysterious Girl hitmaker, 48, took to Instagram with a father-and-daughter selfie on Thursday, while Princess sipped on a cool drink in the sunshine.
Having fun: Peter Andre shared a sweet father-and-daughter selfie with Princess, 14, on Wednesday during their a post-Christmas getaway in Dubai
A laid-back Peter, who also parents Amelia, seven and Theodore, five, with wife Emily MacDonagh, rocked a navy pair of shades and an Adidas hat, leaving a simple heart as the post’s caption.
The night before, Junior also got a feature on his doting dad’s Instagram profile, as they snatched up a photo opportunity at Jumeirah Zabeel Saray – a luxe beachside resort – which Peter branded a ‘lovely place.’
The comment section on both posts was awash with sweet replies, with one writing: ‘you must be so proud to have such beautiful kids.’
Father-and-son: The night before, Junior also got a feature on his doting dad’s Instagram profile, as they snatched up a photo opportunity at Jumeirah Zabeel Saray
Family favourites: The comment section on both posts was awash with sweet replies, with one writing: ‘you must be so proud to have such beautiful kids’
Another noted that Princess was ‘her mum’s double’, while a third penned: ‘Now that’s a shirt @peterandre Looking good boys, hope you are all having a great time… [beer emoji]’.
Earlier this week, Peter revealed he starved himself in order to maintain his famous six pack during the height of his pop career.
The singer became known for his physique during the nineties when he found success with his hit single Mysterious Girl.
Speaking to The Sun, Peter told how he was so worried about maintaining his look in front of the cameras he wouldn’t eat for days before red carpet events.
Candid: Earlier this week, Peter revealed he starved himself in order to maintain his famous six pack during the height of his pop career (pictured in June 2021)
He said: ‘I used to do this thing where I would starve myself before an appearance. I wanted to make sure I fitted into my suit and that I looked a certain way. Afterwards I would pig out for days. It was such an unhealthy relationship with food.’
Peter added that he would frequently get sick during his pop days because he had such little body fat and would watch ‘everything’ he ate, with his family eventually becoming concerned.
He said: I would be totally ripped and I would exercise all the time — but I was constantly sick. I was always feeling drained and tired. It got to a point where my brothers told me that every time they saw me, I was ill.
‘It was exhausting and by the time I had hit my thirties I did not want to do that any more.’
Ripped: The singer became known for his physique during the nineties when he found success with his hit single Mysterious Girl (pictured in 1996)
By the time he hit his thirties, Peter ditched his strict diet but found he gained weight quickly, which made him feel worse.
He tried the Atkins diet which involves eating fats but no carbs which helped him lose weight again but he then gained it back.
The star added that it took him until his forties to realise fad diets don’t work and he now eats the same foods all year round.
Peter added that his wife Emily follows a similar diet to him, having unhealthy foods in moderation.
Pressure: Peter told how he was so worried about maintaining his look in front of the cameras he wouldn’t eat for days before red carpet events (pictured in 1995)
Their diet has rubbed off on their children Amelia and Theo, as well as Junior and Princess.
Peter added he and Emily never say their children can’t have certain foods because they want them to have a good relationship with food as they grow up.
The singer added that he allowed himself to put on weight during lockdown and joked his beach body is on hold until 2035.
Baby plans? Peter recently said he could have another child with wife Emily, 32, next year
Peter recently said he is open to having more children but if they do grow their family, it’s going to have to happen quite soon.
Writing in his New! magazine column, he said: ‘As we spent a lot of time in lockdown, I think we need to put everything back 12 months.
‘Now I’m saying if it’s going to happen, 2022 is the time. I’m 49 in February and I’ve always said my limit was turning 50, so who knows?’
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Setting limits: The Mysterious Girl singer, who parents Amelia, seven (bottom right), and Theodore, five (second left), with Emily said he wouldn’t have more kids after 2021