Some exciting news from the Andre household! Peter Andre and his wife Emily have teamed up for their first joint campaign since welcoming son Theo at the end of November. The couple are working in partnership with npower to promote a special project on parenting – and judging from the recently-released campaign images, they were absolutely in their element as they took part in a family-themed photoshoot.
Peter Andre and wife Emily have teamed up with npower for a special parenting campaign
Talking about the campaign and their lives as parents to a tiny baby once again, Peter exclusively told HELLO! he was struggling to deal with his baby's crying this time around.
"I'm not as tolerant with the screaming as I used to be," the 43-year-old singer and presenter revealed. "Perhaps it's because I'm older, but my patience is a little less these days. Having Theo is still a wonderful joy," he added. "Although I may have to retract my earlier statement that I couldn't waiti to have another baby by the end of 2017!"
Despite giving birth to Theo less than two months ago, doctor Emily looks incredible in the snapshots. In one image, the 27-year-old gives a hint of her incredibly flat stomach in a white t-shirt as she poses in a kitchen. Pete, meanwhile, is his usual fun-loving self, hoovering in an apron for one picture, and demonstrating his multi-tasking skills in another.
Emily and Pete have two children together – Theo and his two-year-old sister Amelia. And while their own children were not involved in the shoot, the loved-up couple clearly enjoyed working with some adorable little co-stars for the campaign.
The couple will be travelling across the UK to discover some of the nation's parenting super powers
Family man Pete and Emily have teamed up with npower to celebrate some of the UK's most unique, quirky and entertaining parenting super powers. Over the new few weeks, they will be travelling across the country meeting mums and dads who have unique parenting skills or talents – whether it's a mum who can stop a toddler tantrum with just a look, to a dad who can dance his children to sleep.
"I'm so excited to be celebrating parents' unique super powers," dad-of-four Peter said of the project. "As parents to our wonderful bunch of children, we need to know every trick in the book and are more than happy to share our hidden talents with Britain. I can't wait to see all the amazing skills that British parents possess!"
Emily added: "I'm really looking forward to working alongside Pete and partnering with npower on such a fantastic project. Having just had a baby myself, I'm always on the lookout for parenting hints and tips! We've all got something unique to celebrate that makes us great parents, no matter how big or small, and everyone should be proud of their talents."
To share your parenting skills, simply go online at www.familysuperpowers.com, where you will also be in with the chance of winning an UK theme park resort break.