Peter Andre couldn't resist taking to Instagram to share an adorable new photo of daughter Amelia this week. The Mysterious Girl singer delighted fans by uploading a snapshot of his three-year-old playing in the family garden, picking daffodils in the sunshine. "Can I just take a moment? Amelia picking daffodils in our garden is just the cutest thing. Beautiful," proud dad Pete captioned the image.
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Peter Andre shared a rare photo of Amelia picking daffodils in the garden
Comments quickly flooded in, with fans complimenting Pete, 44, on both his daughter, and the size of his garden! "She's so beautiful, just like her mummy," one wrote, with another adding: "She has grown so fast Pete. Enjoy every minute of them being small." A third remarked: "Your garden looks like a park! How wonderful for the children to have all that space to play and pick flowers."
Little Amelia is Pete's eldest child with wife Emily MacDonagh. The couple, who tied the knot in July 2015, welcomed their daughter in January 2014, with their son Theo born in November 2016. Pete is also a father to 11-year-old son Junior, and nine-year-old daughter Princess from his previous marriage to Katie Price. Emily, a doctor, has admitted she would love to have a third child – but Pete is less sure. "I'd like to have one more baby in about five years' time," she told Now magazine, before Pete quipped: "I don't know about that! Take it easy!"
Pete revealed he was recently "in the doghouse" with wife Emily MacDonagh
Pete, meanwhile, recently revealed he got into trouble with his wife after sharing an Instagram video of his friend complaining about having to do housework. "I was in the doghouse again with Ems last week," he admitted in his New! column. "I posted a video of my mate Carl moaning about having to do the dusting at home and when Emily heard about it she said to me, 'Well, if Carl moans about the dusting, that means you must moan about things you have to do at home.' I didn't know what to say to get out of it. Ha ha! Me, moan? Never!"