Peter Andre has opened up about his relationship with former stepson Harvey Price, confessing that he is seeing him regularly. The singer raised Harvey, 13, from a baby, but stopped contact after divorcing his mum Katie Price.
But following Pete, 43, and 38-year-old Katie's truce earlier this year, it seems he is getting to spend more time with Harvey, who he once planned to adopt.
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Peter Andre is spending more time with former stepson Harvey Price
During a recent interview with Now, the Australian star was asked about Harvey's recent appearance on Loose Women – during which he swore. Pete said: "I never saw it, but I was told. He's such a good-hearted boy, I see him a bit more now, which is amazing. He's just the best. I love him."
These days Pete has his hands full with pregnant wife Emily MacDonagh, their two-year-old daughter Amelia, and son Junior, 11, and nine-year-old daughter Princess, from his marriage to Katie – but he insisted Harvey is still very much a part of his life.
He continued: "There's always room for Harvey at our house. I always saw him as my own. There's a special place in my heart for him – he's very important to me and he's always welcome. It's just lovely to see him."
He and wife Emily have their own growing family - but he insists he'll always be there for Harvey
When asked the truth behind recent reports that Katie's new husband Kieran Hayler is set to adopt Harvey, Pete responded: "I'm not sure to be honest, but Harvey's such a great kid and if he's happy, so am I. I love him to bits and I want him to be happy."
Meanwhile Pete and Emily are fast approaching their first wedding anniversary, and he recently opened up to HELLO! Magazine about how he supports her career as a junior doctor.
He said: "We do a 'debrief' when she comes home and she talks me through what's happened in the day. I always try to make sure I've made her a nice dinner so that she comes into a nice, calm environment, where the baby is looked after. I just want to be a shoulder to her and help her through any tough times."