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Peter Andre shares sweet snapshot showing Princess being reunited with baby brother Theo

Gemma Strong

Peter Andre took to Instagram on Sunday to share a sweet family moment with his fans. The proud father-of-four posted a photo showing his oldest daughter Princess – also known as Bista – being reunited with her baby brother Theo. It shows Princess smiling for the camera while holding her four-month-old sibling in her arms. Pete captioned the picture: "Bist reunited with her little brother : ))."

Fans were thrilled to see a rare photo of little Theo – Pete's second child with wife Emily MacDonagh – and were quick to praise both the little boy and nine-year-old Princess. "Such a caring big sister," one wrote, while another commented: "Gorgeous children." A third said of Princess: "My god Pete, hasn't she grown. Every credit to you."

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Peter Andre shared a sweet photo showing Princess with her baby brother Theo

Princess is Peter's youngest child with ex-wife Katie Price. The former couple also share 11-year-old son Junior. Pete and Emily, meanwhile, are parents to little Theo and three-year-old daughter Amelia. Junior and Princess have just returned from a family holiday in the Maldives with their mum, her husband Kieran Hayler and siblings Harvey, Bunny and Jett.

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Peter has two children with wife Emily MacDonagh

Peter recently opened up about his family life, and was asked whether he and Emily would be having any more children. "Absolutely not!" he told Lorraine Kelly. "Not unless they invent a 24-hour coffee system." To laughter from his host, the 44-year-old continued: "No, I shouldn't say that. I haven't asked my wife. She decides, you know. Happy wife, happy life!" He added: "I'm a lucky man. I'm surviving on very little sleep. Coffee is my best friend, but I am very lucky. I have an amazing family. When you're in the car and you look in the rear view window, you see the full car and you think, 'When did this all happen?!'"

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