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Peter Andre and pregnant wife Emily spend day at Buckingham Palace – find out why

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Peter Andre and his wife Emily have been pictured for the first time since their big pregnancy announcement - and where better to make that appearance than at Buckingham Palace? Shortly after confirming their baby news on social media, the couple headed into central London to attend a special garden party in aid of The Not Forgotten Association, a charity set up to support injured servicemen and women.

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Peter and pregnant Emily spent the day at Buckingham Palace on Thursday

Pete, 43, shared a picture of the couple holding hands while posing in the grounds of the palace, both perfectly dressed for the occasion – as of yet, there is no sign of 26-year-old Emily's baby bump. "What an amazing day at Buckingham Palace for The Not Forgotten Association. Met some true heroes ;)," he captioned the sweet snapshot.Australian singer Peter couldn't contain his excitement as he revealed the news that Emily was expecting another baby earlier in the day. He took to Instagram to share a photo of his wife's recent scan, and captioned the photo: "OMG dad to be AGAIN :))) Brilliant. So so happy."

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Peter announced their baby news by sharing a scan photo

The couple are already proud parents to two-year-old daughter Amelia, and Pete is also a father to son Junior, 10, and eight-year-old daughter Princess from his marriage to Katie Price.Pete and Emily, who will celebrate their first wedding anniversary on 11 July, recently spoke to HELLO! about their plans to have another baby.

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The couple will celebrate their first wedding anniversary on 11 July

"When Amelia came along she created such an amazing bond with the other two and I'm like, let's go. If I see a baby in a pram it makes me think of no sleep and screaming! But I would like to have another child. I'm always keen," Pete said.

Emily added: "I've just got to the stage where if I see a baby in a pram I'm like, oh, it makes me want to have another baby."