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Peter Andre's hilarious throwback photo will make your day!

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Peter Andre is throwing it back! The Mysterious Girl singer has posted the funniest photo of himself and his brothers, taken decades ago in Pete's more youthful years.

The singer was just about recognisable in his bright pink shirt and high-waisted pinstripe trousers, but it was his full head of curls that had fans talking.

"That hair you're so cute," commented one fan on Instagram, while another joked, "Nice hair Pete" accompanied by a host of laughing emojis. Others remarked on the striking resemblance between Pete and his eleven-year-old son Junior. "Junior is like your twin," wrote one fan.

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"Wrong..... just wrong but great memories," Pete wrote

The dad-of-four clearly didn't mind poking fun at himself. "Wrong..... just wrong but great memories. Me, Andrew and Mike," he captioned the picture.

The photo will have brought back mixed feelings for Pete, who sadly lost his older brother Andrew to cancer in 2012.

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The singer sadly lost his brother Andrew to cancer in 2012

Pete has been involved with various charity campaigns in the past to raise awareness and money for Cancer Research UK.

He has opened up about his brother's death, saying: "I cannot tell you the pain our family went through when we lost my brother, so much so that I couldn't talk about it for a long time. At first I was angry with the word cancer. I didn't want to hear it. I lost my brother to it."

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Pete is currently in Australia for Australia Day

He added to HELLO! Online: "I wanted to bury my head in the sand but then I thought, hang on, you're not alone on this. Other people are going through this pain so why don't we all try and help other people not go through it?"

Pete is currently in Australia to celebrate Australia Day, and may have been rooting through his old belongings when he found the photo. The TV star, who is of Greek Cypriot descent, grew up in London but relocated to Australia when he was six.

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