Peter Andre has remained vocal all through the coronavirus pandemic, and has shared each messages of help and vital data together with his followers on social media during the last week. However, on Saturday morning, the TV star took a extra humourous method to the present state of affairs, sharing a photograph of a fan on Instagram captioned: “Calling all fans.” Beneath the photograph, Peter’s 14-year-old son Junior left a sweet be aware through which he longed for summer time and urged everybody to remain secure. The teenager stated: “I can’t wait for the summer! Hopefully, things would’ve [sic] gotten better by then. Everyone stay safe.”
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On Tuesday, the father-of-four revealed that he thought that it could be “irresponsible” to not have sufficient meals at residence if their 4 youngsters fell in poor health throughout the coronavirus pandemic. The 47-year-old confessed he has been stockpiling as his spouse Emily – who’s a physician – is vulnerable to catching COVID-19. In his New! column, he wrote: “If anybody in our family goes to be uncovered to the virus it is in all probability Emily as a result of she works in a hospital, however till we’re instructed in any other case we’re simply carrying on as regular.
Peter and Junior
“We have began stocking up on dry and canned meals, although. If we do should self-quarantine, we now have a big household to feed and it could be irresponsible for us to not be ready.” His comments come shortly after the dad-of-four praised NHS staff for their services during this difficult time. “Approx. 1.5 million persons are employed by the NHS,” he said on Instagram. “They are working tirelessly and wish our help now greater than ever. #supportthenhs. Let’s not overlook the carers all up and down the nation too #supportourcarers.”
Peter and Emily share two children together – Amelia, six, and Theodore, three. The singer is also a doting dad to 12-year-old Princess and Junior, who he shares with his ex-wife Katie Price.
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