Still enjoying the honeymoon period, Peter Andre has been reminiscing on his beautiful wedding to Emily MacDonagh. The Mysterious Girl singer has shared a gorgeous never-before-seen photo of his bride in her wedding dress, standing at the top of a staircase.
"I saw this and it made me so happy. A short while before I saw my bride :))," Peter, 42, wrote in the caption.
The Instagram photo proved as much of a delight to Peter's fans, who commented on how stunning and beautiful Emily looked.
Peter Andre and his wife Emily MacDonagh are parents to one-year-old Amelia
The lovebirds married in July, after getting engaged in January 2014 around the same time that 26-year-old Emily welcomed the couple's first child, baby Amelia.
Peter and Emily's relationship has gone from strength to strength. The couple constantly support each other and Emily has cheered her husband on in his latest Strictly Come Dancing adventure. The junior doctor has sat in the audience on more than one occasion, and has previously said that she isn't worried about the supposed Strictly "curse".
"I think if you are someone who is going to have an affair it would be part of your personality and you would do it regardless," Emily told The Mirror at the Pride of Britain Awards. "But Pete is not like that, he is very loyal and I trust him completely. Maybe I'll be proved wrong but that's how I feel."
"Guys, I wear the trousers, but she picks them for me," the singer has admitted
Peter, likewise, has always made his affection for his wife public. He congratulated Emily on passing her medical exams earlier this year, and openly admits that Emily is the boss.
"Guys, I wear the trousers, but she picks them for me. She picks the colour, the size, the belt," Peter told Free Radio.
On Thursday the singer travelled to Manchester to switch on the Trafford Centre Christmas lights. Peter, who arrived in a private helicopter, performed his hit tune Mysterious Girl before the big switch on.
"WHAT A CROWD," Peter captioned a video on Instagram. "Thank you Trafford centre and Merry Christmas."