Peter Andre and Katie Price’s son Junior, 15, tells fans he ‘doesn’t want to die’ as he details his Covid symptoms and shares an update from isolation
Junior Andre has told fans that he ‘doesn’t want to die’ while sharing a dramatic update on how he’s feeling amid his coronavirus battle.
The teen, 15, detailed how his symptoms have been changing, explaining that he’s now suffering from a ‘sore throat’ but originally had a banging head and achey body.
Speaking during an Instagram Live, the son of Peter Andre and Katie Price also reassured fans that although not feeling 100 per cent it’s ‘not severe, just annoying’.
Update: Junior Andre has told fans that he ‘doesn’t want to die’ while talking on Instagram Live to share an update with his fans amid his coronavirus battle (pictured in October)
During the Live video chat, filmed while he’s in isolation with his family at his dad’s house, some of Junior’s followers asked if he was worried.
Staying positive, Junior replied: ‘Don’t manifest it. Listen, if it happens it happens. But I know God wants me to live my life to the finish, so I’m not gonna die from Covid and if I do, I do. I don’t wanna die.’
Junior then detailed how his ‘severe… just annoying’ symptoms have changed since he started feeling poorly, before admitting that he’s a little baffled as to why he’s been getting them as a young person.
He said: ‘The first few days, my head was the worst. My head was banging so much. I don’t know how I got symptoms, because I’m a child, I’m 15. But my head was banging, my body was aching, my throat was fine.
Changes: The teen, 15, detailed how his symptoms have been changing, explaining that he’s now suffering from a ‘sore throat’ but originally had a banging head and achey body
‘And then all of a sudden my body’s sort of stopped aching… my head still bangs but not as much… but my throat is so sore. It’s killing me.
‘It’s not part of the symptoms I don’t think, but maybe I’ve got something else with Covid. Yeah, I have Covid.’
Junior also detailed how feeling achey and having a ‘bad backache’ has meant he’s had trouble staying occupied as he can’t play his PlayStation 5.
He explained that looking at his phone or the TV screen while playing his games can make his ‘head hurt’ so he ‘doesn’t actually know what to do’.
He then continued that although he does have Covid and is showing a series of symptoms: ‘It’s not severe… it’s just annoying.’
Bad news: Junior announced he has tested positive for COVID-19 in an Instagram post shared last Thursday (pictured with his dad Peter in 2019)
Announcement: The eldest child of Peter Andre, 48 and Katie Price, 42 shared a message with his followers that read: ‘I have tested positive for COVID’
Junior’s sister Princess also gave fans an insight into their time in isolation as she shared a video to Instagram on Wednesday.
The teenager filmed herself while she was waiting for dad Peter to prepare the family’s lunch, admitting that she was ‘so bored’.
Showing their close bond, Princess and her doting dad bantered about making cups of tea each evening before having an ‘opera-off’ and him belting out ‘Figero’.
Princess also received a call from her mum Katie while she was on live with her 410 Instagram followers, but declined the call saying it was probably her sister Bunny.
Trying to pass the time: Junior’s sister Princess also gave fans an insight into their time in isolation as she shared a video to Instagram on Wednesday
Isolation: The teenager filmed herself while she was waiting for dad Peter to prepare the family’s lunch, admitting that she was ‘so bored’
Junior announced he has tested positive for COVID-19 in an Instagram post shared last Thursday evening.
He shared a message with his followers that read: ‘I have tested positive for COVID.’
In the message, which was posted on a black background, the teenager also included anguished and fuming emojis.
It marks Junior’s third brush with the virus. In March 2020, Junior revealed that he was showing symptoms of coronavirus, just hours after his father expressed fears over his children contracting it.
Taking to Instagram Stories, Junior said that while he has not been diagnosed, he was making sure he was staying safe.
Third time: It marks Junior’s third brush with the virus. In March 2020, Junior revealed that he was showing symptoms of coronavirus (pictured with mum Katie last year)
Unwell: Both Peter and his wife Emily McDonagh, 31, have battled COVID (Peter pictured with Emily and daughter Princess, 13, who he shares with ex Katie)
Junior said: ‘These aren’t easy times as we know. I am videoing this to tell you I am showing symptoms of the coronavirus. It is not me saying I have it , I am showing symptoms. Everyone please stay safe these aren’t easy times like I said.’
In November, Junior was forced to isolate again due to a coronavirus outbreak at his school. According to his dad, Junior was annoyed he still had to complete his lessons at home but luckily didn’t have any symptoms.
The teenager splits his time between his father and mother’s homes, as does his sister Princess Andre, 13, who Peter 48, also shares with Katie, 42.
Peter split from the former glamour model in 2009 after four years of marriage and went on to welcome Amelia, seven, and Theo, four, with his current wife Emily McDonagh, 31.
Katie is mum to Harvey, 18, from her relationship with Dwight Yorke. While she welcomed Bunny, six, and Jett, seven, with ex Kieran Hayler.
Peter also tested positive for Covid in December, while his wife Emily – who has been working as a frontline NHS doctor during the pandemic – tested positive in June.
As for Junior’s mum Katie, she received her first vaccine in April alongside her beau Carl Woods, with both falling sick with a fever and nausea afterwards.
Katie’s eldest son Harvey has now been fully vaccinated against the virus. The teen was rushed to hospital in February after his first dose of the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine caused his temperature to sky-rocket.
He has allegedly suffered little reaction to his second dose.
Happy news: Katie was ‘relieved’ after her son Harvey, 18, received his second dose of the coronavirus vaccine with ‘no ill effects’
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