Peter Andre on having more children with Emily MacDonagh: 'I'm always thinking about it'

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He's a busy working dad-of-three, but Peter Andre hasn't ruled out having more children with wife Emily MacDonagh. The 43-year-old revealed it's something that's never far from his mind and confessed that, despite parenthood keeping him busy, he's more than up for the challenge.

He explained: "[I'm] always thinking about that. At [my age] I feel really young, I feel great, I've got loads of energy, I feel fantastic. Okay, a couple of double espressos help but it doesn't matter. I feel young enough to do all of it, so I'm up for that, no problem at all."

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Peter Andre wants to have more children with Emily MacDonagh


Pete and doctor Emily, 26, are parents to two-year-old daughter Amelia, and he's also dad to son Junior, 10, and daughter Princess, eight, from his former marriage to Katie Price.

And the Mysterious Girl singer insisted he has no problem disciplining his children claiming they actually like it. He continued to MailOnline: "I don't care what anybody says, kids love boundaries. They might act like they don't want you to tell them what to do, but actually they really like it because it's really good for their future."

Despite Junior and Princess featuring regularly on his social media channels, Pete revealed Emily wants to keep his youngest daughter out of the public eye something he respects.

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"At [my age] I feel really young, I feel great, I've got loads of energy, I feel fantastic," said Pete

He continued: "At the end of the day I'm in the public, but I've married someone that's not in the public who lives more of a private life. You have to find a balance."

Pete has teamed up with Boots to launch kids' book Zookeeper Zoe which aims to help parents test their children's eyes, something Pete recently experienced with Princess.

Discussing her new frames, he added: "She loves it and the cool thing is, it's not like the days when we were kids. Now you've got really trendy, cool glasses."

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