Peter and Emily Andre are defying superstitions and getting their Christmas decorations out earlier than usual as they hope to put 2020 to bed.
Singer and television personality Peter believes that this years holiday period is more important following an emotionally charged year after the coronavirus pandemic took hold.
Peter, 47, revealed that he will be turning his home into a Christmas paradise this month ahead of his son Theo's fourth birthday.
He shares Theo with his wife Emily, along with their six-year-old daughter Amelia.
Peter is also father to Junior, 16, and Princess, 13, who he shares with ex-wife Katie Price.
"It's Theo's birthday soon [22 November], and I've decided I'm going to put up the Christmas decorations before then," he told OK! Magazine.
Andre went on to say: "I think everyone needs a bit of festive cheer. I don't care if it's bad luck because we've had enough bad luck this year!"
The news comes after former The Only Way Is Essex star Lydia Bright revealed that she has already popped her tree up.
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Pete said that he "doesn't blame her, because we haven't had much to celebrate this year so why not extend Christmas?"
The chart-topper continued: "I think it's important for the kids because it's going to be limited in terms of activities, like taking them to see Santa, so I'm happy to make a bigger deal of it at home.
"I think Christmas will feel more important than ever this year and we will just make the best of whatever the rules are at the time.
"We're very lucky to have a big family, but I do hope there will be some kind of support for those who are on their own."
Pete recently revealed that he and Emily are in limbo when it comes to the decision of having a third child.
Despite discussing expanding their brood he wrote in his New magazine column: "I'm not sure why I'm often asked if I'll have another child!
"If I say we should have another, Emily says, 'I don't think we should'. Then she'll change her mind and I'll say, 'Not a chance in hell!'
"The fact that we both occasionally think we should means we probably will have another at some point. Then we'll be done."
Emily is currently serving as a doctor on the frontline during the coronavirus pandemic.
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