Peter Andre praises pregnant wife Emily during holiday to Cyprus

Peter Andre, 50, gushes over his pregnant wife Emily, 33, on family holiday in Cyprus

They revealed they were expecting a baby earlier this month.  

And during a recent secluded getaway, Peter Andre, 50, expressed his admiration for his pregnant wife, Emily, 33, as they holidayed in Cyprus. 

Taking to Instagram, Peter posted a heartfelt message on social media, thanking his loved ones for making their time away so enjoyable. 

He said: ‘Had a beautiful few days at our Cyprus home. Back home now and ready for Halloween. @dr_emily_official @officialprincess_andre Amelia and Theodorable. Junior had gigs so stayed back for the first time’.

Fans were quick to flood the comment section below the post as they praised Emily for her youthful appearance. 

Loved up: Peter Andre, 50 paid tribute to his pregnant wife, NHS doctor Emily, 33, after they returned from a secret holiday at their Cyprus home earlier this week 

Grateful: Taking to Instagram, Peter posted a heartfelt message on social media, thanking his loved ones for making their time away so enjoyable

One wrote: ‘Your wife only gets younger, she looks amazing.’

Others added: ‘Emily looking amazing. Pregnancy obviously suits her’ and ‘Emily, you literally look like a teenager, good genes.’

Peter, famous for his hit song ‘Mysterious Girl’, first crossed paths with Emily in 2012, and the pair married in a lavish ceremony at Mamhead House in Exeter three years later. 

Peter and Emily are already proud parents to son Theo, seven, and daughter Amelia, nine. The singer is also father to Princess, 16, and Junior, 18, who he shares with his ex wife, Katie Price. 

Emily and Peter shared their happy news of their fifth child by posting ultrasound photos and gushing about the ‘new addition to our family in 2024’. 

They said: ‘We are delighted to share the news with you all. A new addition to our family in 2024 The kids are so excited. So are we,’ the couple wrote, with their celebrity pals flooding their comments with well wishes.

In July Peter hinted at his future family plans during a candid chat on Vicky Pattison The Secret To podcast.

‘Children… I was like, when I get to 50 I’m done and then I find myself having conversations with [Emily] going, “Yeah you know, if we did have another child, where would we put Junior?”‘.

We are family: The pair had come back from their Cyprus home and were joined by Princess, Amelia and Theo, whilst Junior had to stay at home due to gigs

Wow: Fans were quick to flood the comment section below the post, as they praised Emily for her youthful appearance, but also praising her beauty as she embraces the journey of pregnancy

Happy news: Peter and Emily announced they are expecting third child together earlier this month

Full house: Peter already shares Amelia, nine, and Theo, six, with his spouse, as well as daughter Princess, 16, and son Junior, 18, from his marriage to Katie Price, 45 (pictured as a family)

He went on: ‘I can’t even believe we have those conversations and that makes me think that I just don’t know, it’s just one of those things. It’s just weird that we even have those conversations, so I don’t know’.

Before adding: ‘Listen, us guys can wishful think all we like, right, but it’s going to be up to her’.

Back in 2021 Peter was on a different page, telling ITV show Loose Women: ‘I always said to Emily, you might want more kids, but don’t forget our kids will grow older and maybe one of them will bring us children.’

Peter admitted that his eldest child Junior at the time was also skeptical when it comes to having more siblings, as there would be at least a 16-year age gap between the teenager and a new little brother or sister.

Peter explained: ‘I understand what he meant about the age gap, but I said to him there’d be 16 years between [him and a] new child.’

He continued: ‘I said to him, my brother Andrew – who has sadly passed – and I were 16 years [apart]. He was my best friend. My other brothers know this, but he was my favourite brother. I looked up to him. I don’t really think it matters.’

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