Peter Andre and fiancée Emily MacDonagh plan two 'traditional' weddings

Peter Andre has revealed that he and fiancée Emily MacDonagh plan to wed in a "traditional" ceremony.

"We're definitely going to get married," Peter told show hosts John Stapleton and Lorraine Kelly on Daybreak. "I want a traditional English and traditional Greek wedding, and I want to do two separate ones.

"It's going to be a couple of years yet but it will be English and it will be Greek."


The reality TV star, 40, was speaking one day after he announced the name of the couple's newborn daughter Amelia. It had taken Peter and Emily almost a month to decide on a moniker for the little one, but Peter had previously revealed that he wanted a traditional English name.

The London-born singer's children from his previous marriage, Junior and Princess, helped in the decision.

"We thought of a name at last," said Peter. "It ended up being out of Isabella and Amelia and we all sat together [with the kids] and we all decided."


Looking back on the newborn's birth, Peter Andre admitted that he panicked at the thought of his 26-year-old fiancée giving birth in the car.

"We drove from home to Taunton which was a three and a half to four hour drive and before we left the house she wasn't in labour," said Peter.

"Halfway to the house she was in labour. The contractions started, then I thought, 'she's going to give birth in the car,' and then I started panicking. Then there was traffic!"

Peter and Emily welcomed their firstborn in early January, and announced their engagement later that month.